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An extraordinary, wonderful, true story . . . I really felt that I had walked with William Marshal, and that my own life was enriched―Richard Lee, Founder and Publisher of The Historical Novel Society
Spellbinding . . . Based on real characters and extensive research, Chadwick's imaginative tale will keep readers captive till the final page―Publishers Weekly
Required reading―New York Post
Picking up an Elizabeth Chadwick novel you know you are in for a sumptuous ride. Beautifully strong characters and real feel for time and place―Daily Telegraph
New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Chadwick has written over 20 historical novels sold in 18 languages worldwide. Her first novel, The Wild Hunt, won a Betty Trask Award, and The Scarlet Lion was nominated by Richard Lee, founder of the Historical Novel Society, as one of the top ten historical novels of the last decade. Elizabeth's nineteenth novel, To Defy a King, won the RNA Historical Novel Prize in 2011. Much of her research is carried out as a member of Regia Anglorum, an early medieval re-enactment society with the emphasis on accurately recreating the past. She lives in Nottingham.
For more details on Elizabeth Chadwick and her books, visit www.elizabethchadwick.com, follow her on Twitter, read her blogs or chat to her on Facebook.
Another one of the series to go with the Greatest Knight. An must read for anyone interested in this era! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lori W
It's been a while since I cried reading a book, but this one succeeded. I thoroughly enjoyed this book from beginning to end. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mirabelle
To me, this book felt like I was reading one of Sharon Kay Penman's novels. There were some differences but the writing is almost similar and so is the idea of following a family... Read morePublished on March 17 2010 by Karoline