Eno's a hero for hire (funny that's the title of the first book. What a coincidence!) in an Ancient World where the Gods are as real as the Monsters. Yes, there are some undead. A whole army is waiting for the signal to leave Hades and sweep over the entire world. There's less horror and more humor so if you're looking for a break from blood and guts...not that there's anything wrong with that!
Hero For Hire
With all the famous heroes fighting the Trojan War, there's freelance work enough in an Ancient Greece where the monsters are as real as the Gods. Armed with his wits and a mysterious sword, Eno must stop the Witch-Goddess Hekate from opening the seventeen doors of Hades to release her zombie army...and find his own way out before becoming her immortal general or, even worse, her lover.
The Stone Gods
Eno the Thracian is a hero for hire, solving other people's problems. In the second book of the series, Eno ticks off the Great God Pan and has to leave his native Thrace for somewhere much more 'civilized'. The High Priest of Amun in Thebes, Egypt needs his help but won't say what for, except that several Heroes have already perished after taking on the job. Still it's a living...if not for long.