Something wicked has been awoken under the earth...

While exploring a hidden underground river, Arthur and his new friends Will and Ash find a mysterious warning, a sign that something evil is waiting underneath the city. Something that's been imprisoned for a thousand years, something left by the Vikings, something that can – and will - destroy first the city, then the world.

Shortlisted, Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards for Best Children's Book, Senior
'A brilliant creation... fast-paced and thrilling' - Eoin Colfer
'A clever blend of fantasy and the every day. It’s like Harry Potter, Dublin style.' - Irish Examiner

Published by Mercier Press, 2011

Loki is back...

Who is the Fenris Wolf of Arthur’s visions? Can he trust his two odd new classmates? And what’s in the National Museum that Loki is so desperate to get at? Mysteries and questions arise as, once again, it's down to Arthur Quinn, his friends and a dead Viking to save the world. But what they don't know is that this time, Loki has help...

Chosen as one of The Irish Times best childrens books of 2012
'A gripping supernatural story for 10-plus readers with an ingenious plot.' - Sunday Independent Living
'It's like a ride on the back of the Fenris Wolf itself, breathlessly exciting... perfect for everyone who enjoyed Avengers Assemble.' - Inis Magazine

Published by Mercier Press, 2012

Has Loki finally won?

With his friends Ash, Ellie and Ex, Arthur sets out to stop a new menace. But Loki has a trick up his sleeve, a trick that changes everything. Faced with a terrible secret and enemies at every turn, can Arthur find the courage he needs to defeat the god once and for all?

Chosen as one of The Irish Times best childrens books of the last 25 years
'Exertly paced and totally engrossing' - The Irish Times
'An incredible conclusion to one of the best fantasy series you'll ever read' - The Bookbag

Published by Mercier Press, 2013

Edited by Alan Hayes

All profits go to the Hodges Figgis Emerging Irish Writer Bursary Hodges Figgis – one of the world’s great bookshops – has for 250 years served the literary community of Dublin. Reading the Future: New Writing from Ireland is a celebration of that cherished relationship. Over 720 pages, the volume features work by 250 contemporary Irish writers (fiction, poetry, drama, Irish language, crime, young adult and children’s writing, alongside a wealth of archival images), making it the largest-ever anthology of new Irish writing.

Published by Arlen House, 2018