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The Ill-Made Knight by Christian Cameron
The Ill-Made Knight by Christian Cameron
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply Excellent, 8 Sep 2013
Sometimes a book surprises you. This is the first of Christian Cameron's books that I have read and I confess to not having high hopes when I started. I am not one for knights, squires, and lances, perhaps that's what too much exposure to Disney films does for a man, and although I have read historical fiction for the last thirty years, I had never heard of Christian Cameron.

Well, I was stunned. Simply put, I loved this book. Time I should have spent working on my own novels disappeared as I tore through the story of William Gold. I was transported to a world I knew nothing about but which Christian Cameron wove around me so well that I was completely lost within it. The battles… Read more
Highwayman: Ironside by Michael Arnold
Highwayman: Ironside by Michael Arnold
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Highwayman Ironside is a real snorter of a short story. I devoured it in a couple of hours and I loved every minute. In his new hero, Lyle, Mike Arnold has created a wonderful character and I look forward to the next instalment in his adventures. If you like fast-paced historical fiction this one is for you.
Britain's Forgotten Wars by Ian Heron
With this mighty tome you get three books in one and that is one hell of a bargain. Ian Hernon is a great historian with the rare ability to make the history very readable (a trait shared with people like Saul David or Richard Holmes

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