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Winning His Spurs [Kindle Edition]

Roger M. Kean

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Book Description

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In a harsh clash of two faiths, a boy knight destined to be a true hero…

Young Cuthbert, hungry for adventure and glory, joins King Richard the Lionheart’s army on its way to the Holy Land with French and German allies to free Jerusalem and the Holy Sepulchre from the grasp of the Saracens.

Even before reaching their goal the Crusaders are torn by jealousy and intrigue, and Cuthbert soon finds that chivalry and honour are little valued.

From the battlefields in Palestine, across Europe and back to England Cuthbert faces desperate obstacles to his quest for knighthood and a castle of his own, and learns that you only truly win what you fight for fairly.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 792 KB
  • Print Length: 292 pages
  • Publisher: Reckless Books (4 May 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0080QL2A8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #463,293 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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After careers in film, journalism, magazine publishing, and historical reference publishing, Roger M. Kean settled down to pen gay fiction. To date he has written FELIXITATIONS, THUNDERBOLT: TORN ENEMY OF ROME, and the "Empire Trilogy" of late Victorian action-adventure novels A LIFE APART, GREGORY'S STORY, and the just released mammoth story HARRY'S GREAT TREK. In between battling through the deserts of Sudan, he wrote the 30,000-word novella about British Premier League football (soccer) WHAT'S A BOY SUPPOSED TO DO.

Both Felixitations and A Life Apart have been Goodreads.com M/M Romance Group Books of the Month.

Writing under the pen name of Zack, Kean's "Boys of..." series extends to five full-length novels. The Adventures of American Gil Graham and Brit Mike Smith are set in the early 1980s, all published by Bruno Gmünder in paperback and ebook formats. By the same publisher also as Zack he has written BLOOD AND LUST, THE WARRIOR'S BOY and DEADLY CIRCUS OF DESIRE (#1 Boys of Imperial Rome). Under another pseudonym, Bruno Gmünder recently published Kean's pulp fiction novel MISSISSIPPI HUSTLER. The last two titles will soon be followed by THE SATYR OF CAPRI (#2 Boys of Imperial Rome) and MULHOLLAND MEAT: #2 Gay Pulp Fiction).

In his time Roger M. Kean has written about subjects as varied as the utilization of electronic publishing techniques for pre-press, video games, and gay life in London. His published reference books include histories of the Roman Emperors, Byzantium, Ancient Egypt, and pirates. Other fiction includes five mainstream YA adventure stories.

He lives in a medieval town on the borders of Wales with his lifelong partner.

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