The copper cat trilogy

The Copper Promise

For Wydrin of Crosshaven and Sir Sebastian Carverson, notorious mercenaries and adventurers, it’s just a job – another forbidden temple, another day of selling their swords for coin and ale. Exiled from his home for unspecified crimes, Sebastian sees a further chance to distance himself from his past, while Wydrin hopes for adventure, gold, and a tale to tell in the tavern afterwards. But the Citadel isn’t as dead as the legends claim...

'A fast-paced and original new voice in heroic fantasy'
Adrian Tchaikovsky

The Iron Ghost

Wydrin of Crosshaven, Sir Sebastian and Lord Aaron Frith are experienced in the perils of stirring up the old gods. They are also familiar with defeating them, and the heroes of Baneswatch are now enjoying the perks of being very much in demand for their services. When a job comes up in the distant city of Skaldshollow, it looks like easy coin...

'Williams has thrown out the rulebook and injected a fun tone into epic fantasy... Highly recommended'
The Independent 

The Silver Tide

Having foiled powerful mages and evil magic, the Black Feather Three now face a challenge unlike any before - in the form of Wydrin's mother. Devinia the Red, notorious pirate and captain of the Poison Chalice, is intent on finding the fabled treasure hidden within the jungles of the cursed island of Euriale...

'Expect dead gods, mad magic, piracy on the high seas, peculiar turns and pure fantasy fun'

The winnowing flame trilogy

The Ninth Rain

The great wall of Ebora is crumbling. Wolves now walk the streets that once shone with gold, while its people fade into nothing. Tormalin the Oathless, last son of Ebora, has had enough. Better to spend your life where people are living than to waste away under the blind gaze of a long-dead god. But not everyone is willing to let the last great empire fall. Along with a fugitive witch and a veteran explorer, Tormalin is drawn into a conspiracy of ancient magic and impending war...

'Williams excels at eldritch world-building'

The Bitter Twins

The Ninth Rain has fallen. The Jure'lia are awake. Nothing can be the same again. Tormalin the Oathless and the fell-witch Noon have their work cut out rallying the first war-beasts to be born in Ebora for three centuries. But these are not the great winged warriors of old. Hatched too soon and with no memory of their past incarnations, these onetime defenders of Sarn can barely stop bickering, let alone face an ancient enemy who grow stronger each day...

'Incredible heroines... incredible fantasy... Escapism at its finest' Stylist

The Poison Song

Refugees from every corner of Sarn seek shelter within Ebora's crumbling walls, and the enemy that has poisoned their land won't lie dormant for long. The deep-rooted connection that Tormalin, Noon and the scholar Vintage share with their Eboran war-beasts has kept them alive so far. But with Tor distracted, and his sister Hestillion hell-bent on bringing ruthless order to the next Jure'lia attack, the people of Sarn need all the help they can get...

'A fitting finale, triumphant and bittersweet in all the best ways' SciFiNow

'One of the best fantasy novels of the year, if not the decade' James Oswald

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