The Post Chaise Chronicles


The series is set in England during the late 18th Century. Europe continues to fester in turmoil and the industrial and social revolutions are in full swing. That’s all a million miles away though and Harry Kiser is trying to bury his head in the sand. What effect could it possibly have on his humble job as a Post Chaise driver? He’s out of the army now, he doesn’t mess with politics and the country always finds a way to right itself. So, why should all that bother him, his friends and his family?

When it all comes knocking at his door he’ll have the usual choices; fight or flee. Unfortunately, the flee option has just been taken off the table.

Chaise to the Death

Chaise to the Death

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Series: The Post Chaise Chronicles, Book 1
'The Post Chaise Chronicles' is set in England during the late 18th-century and the world is going through one of its biggest changes in history. The monarchy, politics, industry, the face of Europe, and more, they are all on the wheel of evolution. For Henry 'Harry' Kiser, a humble Post Chaise driver, and his family, all of that is about to knock at his door and threaten to bring his house down. When a job goes wrong for him, there’s more at stake than missing a deadline. Harry is more complex than your average Post Chaise driver and his sanity is balancing on the edge of the abyss. He’s losing his grip but, when he takes this dangerous commission, will he lose his family, his friends and his neck along with it? He’s risking it all even, though he knows that he might lose everything if he does, but he'll almost certainly hung if he doesn’t. More info →
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Chaise in the Shadows

Chaise in the Shadows

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Series: The Post Chaise Chronicles, Book 2
Harry, Archie and Mrs Smerton are back by Royal command. Literally! The Duke of York has a say in proceedings and would like a little wager on the side. The lads have a normal day ahead of them: A mysterious package needs to be delivered, the Chaise is destined for the scrapheap and Jake is getting a lecture on women by Harry - what could possibly go wrong? More info →