Foreword; About the author; 1.The Hunt; 2.Snared; 3.Summoned; 4.My Dungeon; 5.The Island; 6.Judged; 7.Belly of the Whale; 8.Servant of Servants; 9.Lust of his Eyes; 10.Eye for Eye; 11.Farewell; 12.Exodus; 13.The Sacred Place; 14.New Albion; 15.The Stony Ground; 16.The Good Ground; 17.The Flight; 18.What is Thy Country?; 19.Homeland; 20.The Beast of the Field; 21.The Deluge; 22.The Wrought Sea.
Michael Crowley is a writer and dramatist who has worked in theatre, youth theatre, prisons and elsewhere. He lives in West Yorkshire. His writings include The Man They Couldn't Hang and Behind the Lines: Creative Writing with Offenders and People at Risk (both Waterside Press) and his poetry Close to Home and First Fleet.
`A fascinating, compelling and important account of a violent and bloody history. It's a real achievement - a thorough account of a whole life, framed by questions of economics, authority, social-class, church and Law - successfully occupying an imaginative space that feels both documentary and fictional'- Andy Croft, poet and novelist.