If you like provocative historical fiction,
you'll love KING ROBIN
In a cottage near Nottingham...
the low-born son of the shire's baron is raised by his peasant mother to respect the poor and keep his honor. "Deeds make a man, Robert. Not a title," she tells her son.
This captivating new twist on the timeless Robin Hood tale is packed with action, intrigue and passion.
Spanning a half-century, KING ROBIN explores the seductive undertow of power as it transforms a legendary hero into a ruthless tyrant.
The legend's familiar characters...
...are complex and alive with raw passions, dark impulses, ribald humor and diverse genders.
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A SAMPLE OF THE FIVE-STAR READER REVIEWS
"A Grown Up Robin Hood, Better than the One I Loved in Childhood"
"Strong, updated story line"
"A fantastic twist on the Robin Hood legend!"
PRAISE FROM INDUSTRY REVIEWERS
“Thought-provoking. A real page-turner.”
Bob White, Chairman
Worldwide Robin Hood Society
“A sexy retelling of the Robin Hood legend.”
Author and journalist (Forbes, NPR )
“Gusto. Humor. Eros.”
Author of The Post-Truth Era
“An author is privileged to engage with the mind of a reader far longer than any other art form. That’s why I believe a writer owes readers the respect of honing their story until reading it is effortless.” R. A. Moss
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“Tailor-made for a multi-season series on streaming or cable.” That's what story analyst James Chatterton, (Anonymous Content, HBO) says about KING ROBIN.
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Meet award-winning author R. A. Moss
"I earned my keep as a writer long before penning KING ROBIN, a journey into a new genre which I'm excited to share. Under my birth name, I've authored four award-winning novels in other genres that earned accolades from Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today. ”