By Paul Bannister
The 3rd campaign is at the horizon, and Henry II is at the throne.
Young Frederick Banastre has grown up listening to approximately his father’s adventures within the moment Crusade.
And now Frederick is being despatched to courtroom to turn into a steward to the younger prince Richard, readying him for his personal likelihood at glory.
Frederick and Richard quickly develop into enterprise neighbors, with the royal family their own playground.
But because the King a while, and the inheritor to the throne, younger Henry, prepares to take over, Frederick and Richard have to end up themselves at the battlefield.
They trip to France in an try to quell rebellious uprisings, and cement English rule.
But then catastrophe moves, and with either Henrys in mortal chance, the way in which is paved for the increase of Richard the Lionheart…
‘Crusader’ is the 1st in a brand new sequence of ancient thrillers chronicling the lifetime of Richard the Lionheart.
"Full of motion, intrigue and ancient insight." Richard Foreman.
Paul Bannister is a journalist and writer. His can be the writer of the Lord of the slender Sea sequence, along with 'Arthur Britannicus', 'Arthur Imperator', ‘Arthur Invictus’, ‘The King’s Cavalry’ and ‘A Fragile Peace’.
Endeavour Press is the UK's top self sufficient writer of electronic books.
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