Fredrik Nath


Fredrik Nath is a full time neurosurgeon. He lives in the northeast of England with his wife and daughter, his three sons having grown up and flown the coop. In his time, he has run twenty consecutive Great North Run half-marathons, trekked to 6000m in Nepal, crossed the highest mountain pass in the world and began writing, like John Buchan, "because he ran out of penny-novels to read and felt he should write his own." Fred loves a good story, which is why he writes.

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An epic new series from the bestselling author of Galdir - Protector of Rome

Praise for Fredrik Nath's Roman novels:

"Highly Commended"
- Yeovil Literary Prize, for Galdir - A Slave's Tale

"A captivating tale of heroism that grabbed my attention from the first page."
- Daisydown Press

"Similar to Iggulden, better than many in this genre"
- Amazon review of Galdir - Rebel of the North

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Amulet - The Caucasus Campaign
A world of resistance, betrayal and oppression
Not everyone in 1930s Germany toed the Nazi line. For some, like Rolf Schmidt, the dogma and philosophy of the cataclysmic changes taking place caused only revulsion. After the fall of France he is stationed in Paris, a world of resistance, betrayal and oppression and he has choices to make, men to kill and a woman to win.
THE EVIL THAT MEN DO is Fredrik Nath's latest World War II blockbuster.

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The Evil That Men Do - by Fredrik Nath
A wartime novel of unrequited love, Nazi occupation and a rather suspect béchamel sauce.

1940, Paris falls to the occupying Germans. Raoul, Head Chef of Le Metro, the top hotel of Paris, is nonchalant. After all, he need only wait for Pétain to make peace, and everything will return to normal. Then he can get on with life, and admire his demi-sous chef, Natalie, with unrequited love.

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The Fat Chef - A Wartime novel, by Fredrik Nath
A tale of deadly conspiracies, fierce battles and divided loyalty.

His life in tatters, the nation over which he presided now annexed by Rome, Galdir returns to the city from which he once escaped as a slave. But this time he’s no innocent boy, and he quickly rises to become bodyguard to Emperor Commodus. For in this den of thieves and scoundrels lies Galdir’s only hope of persuading the Senate to rescind the Roman fetters that hold his people.

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Galdir - Protector of Rome by Fredrik Nath
A dark tale of Celtic mysticism, grief and battle.

Although Galdir regards himself as a free man, he is still enslaved by his past - and his future. Unable to throw off the yoke of prediction, embittered by the defeat of his nation which has been annexed by Rome, and forced to serve the Roman Emperor as an auxiliary commander of cavalry on Hadrian's Wall, he faces increasingly fierce attacks from hostile Celtic tribes north of the Wall.

But in Galdir's volatile world such a precarious situation could never last for long.

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Galdir - Rebel of the North, by Fredrik Nath
An unforgettable wartime tale of vengeance, art theft, and intrigue

Inspired by a true story, Francesca Pascal is a compelling World War II adventure from the bestselling author of Farewell Bergerac, The Cyclist and Galdir: A Slave's Tale.
France, 1942: A Nazi Officer steals a Matisse painting which becomes a symbol of freedom against the oppressors.

Francesca Pascal - A World War II Drama
A reluctant hero in war-torn France

Nazi-occupied Aquitaine, 1943:
François Dufy, alcoholic and alone, is dragged into the war effort when he rescues a young Jewish girl from the Nazi Security Police. She breathes life into his world and gives him a reason to go on

Dufy begins a path of revenge on the occupying Germans. A sniper in the Great War, he uses his skills to devastating effect, always posing as the town drunk.


Farewell Bergerac: A World War II Thriller
Brutal battles, conflict, love and a mystical prophecy, in an epic saga of struggle against Rome

The first volume in an epic series chronicling a Roman slave's escape and rise to become a Germanic warlord.

"Highly Commended"
in the Yeovil Literary Prize 2011

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Galdir - A Slave's Tale, by Fredrik Nath
A search for absolution

Nazi-occupied Aquitaine, 1943:
A young woman is found murdered in the shadow of the Bergerac Prefecture. Auguste Ran, Assistant Chief of Police, suspects Brunner, a German Security Police Major, of the crime. The more Auguste investigates, the more obsessed he becomes with bringing down the seemingly untouchable Brunner.

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The Cyclist - A World War II Thriller