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The Devil's Horsemen By Alan K. Fairhurst
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The Red Knight By Charles Olsen
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After defeating the black knight and the evil wizard, Markos, in 'The Princess and the Harp', William, a knight from the kingdom of Lucina, is confronted in this tale by the red knight. Claiming to... More > be the black knight's brother, the red knight bullies and insults William, finally challenging him to a jousting and sword match to avenge his brother. With the help of his beloved, Princess Melodie, and a friar who wanders the countryside spreading goodness and hope, William must not only convince the misinformed red knight that he did not slay his brother, but also confront the deluded knight in feats of strength while keeping his chivalry, patience and honor intact.< Less
The Knights Bore Arms Anthology By Ellen Margret
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Sir Ralph, Book 1 Her guardian treated Katherine as a skivvy, although she was a lady of noble birth. In an attempt to be rid of her, he offered Katherine as the prize in a jousting tournament. Ralph... More > intended to win that prize. No other man would have the woman he had always loved. Sir Jael, Book 2 Jael doubted Oriana's claim to being nobility. After all, she was a tavern wench who served ale. When he helped rescue her father from a castle dungeon, Jael finally discovered the truth about the woman he had grown to love but, by then, she found it necessary to reject him. Sir Moray, Book 3 Linnet had a choice. Marry an aged knight, complete with castle, or a squire who could give her nothing. She wed the knight but in her dreams she lay in Moray's arms. It didn't take her long to realise Moray had given her the greatest gift of all—love! And more!< Less
The Knights Bore Arms Anthology By Ellen Margret
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Sir Ralph, Book 1 Her guardian treated Katherine as a skivvy, although she was a lady of noble birth. In an attempt to be rid of her, he offered Katherine as the prize in a jousting tournament. Ralph... More > intended to win that prize. No other man would have the woman he had always loved. Sir Jael, Book 2 Jael doubted Oriana's claim to being nobility. After all, she was a tavern wench who served ale. When he helped rescue her father from a castle dungeon, Jael finally discovered the truth about the woman he had grown to love but, by then, she found it necessary to reject him. Sir Moray, Book 3 Linnet had a choice. Marry an aged knight, complete with castle, or a squire who could give her nothing. She wed the knight but in her dreams she lay in Moray's arms. It didn't take her long to realise Moray had given her the greatest gift of all—love! And more!< Less
Archer By Jacky Gray
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Archer – one boy’s fight against adversity to find friendship, romance and the generosity to love his enemy. Archer is the sort of boy that things happen to. Orphaned as a baby, he has... More > certain qualities that make him very different to all the other kids. He doesn’t understand why he’s so much stronger and faster than other boys his age, why a sword just feels right in his hand, or how he can fire an arrow at a target and it will hit the centre, even if his eyes are closed. He does know that he has to fight his friend Finn in a joust and compete against his best friend Fletch to see who is the most worthy. Whoever wins the competition will become King of the May, rewarded with fame, honour and plenty of female adoration. Edlyn has been a big thorn in Archer’s side for many years and he will go to any lengths to win, but his lack of respect for the natural order has dangerous consequences. Archer is the only one who can save him, but after the way Edlyn has treated him, does he really want to?< Less
Archer By Jacky Gray
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Archer – one boy’s fight against adversity to find friendship, romance and the generosity to love his enemy. Archer is the sort of boy things happen to. Orphaned as a baby, he has certain... More > qualities that make him very different to all the other kids. He doesn’t understand why he’s so much stronger and faster than other boys his age, why a sword just feels right in his hand, or how he can fire an arrow at a target and it will hit the centre, even if his eyes are closed. He does know that he has to fight his friend Finn in a joust and compete against his best friend Fletch to see who is the most worthy. Whoever wins the competition will become King of the May, rewarded with fame, honour and plenty of female adoration. Edlyn has been a big thorn in Archer’s side for many years and he will go to any lengths to win, but his lack of respect for the natural order has dangerous consequences. Archer is the only one who can save him, but after the way Edlyn has treated him, does he really want to?< Less
Archer By Jacky Gray
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Archer – one boy’s fight against adversity to find friendship, romance and the generosity to love his enemy. Archer is the sort of boy things happen to. Orphaned as a baby, he has... More > certain qualities that make him very different to all the other kids. He doesn’t understand why he’s so much stronger and faster than other boys his age, why a sword just feels right in his hand, or how he can fire an arrow at a target and it will hit the centre, even if his eyes are closed. He does know that he has to fight his friend Finn in a joust and compete against his best friend Fletch to see who is the most worthy. Whoever wins the competition will become King of the May, rewarded with fame, honour and plenty of female adoration. Edlyn has been a big thorn in Archer’s side for many years and he will go to any lengths to win, but his lack of respect for the natural order has dangerous consequences. Archer is the only one who can save him, but after the way Edlyn has treated him, does he really want to?< Less
The Kingdom of Summer By Ray Cattie
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Evil is loose in the kingdom— a malevolence so thoroughly corrupt that it has sickened the very land itself. Arthur, the king of the summer lands, and his Knights of the Round Table, are... More > charged by the Good God to seek out the legendary Holy Grail, the cup of Jesu the Christ, that it might once again bring its healing light into the world. The quest will take the legendary knights on a journey across Briton, across the great western sea to the land of Er-Yr, the Land of the Eagles, and back to the very heart of Arthur’s kingdom: Caerleon, the City of the Legions, where a maelstrom of lies and deceit, rage and murder, invasion and siege come together, culminating in an astonishing confrontation that will leave the reader breathless in THE KINGDOM OF SUMMER’S wake.< Less
Ard Righ By Ray Cattie
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Whosoever takes the sword Caladfwlch from the Stone is the trueborn High King of Briton. With those words, Myrddin, incomparable counselor to kings, has fulfilled his vow to Ambrosius, the last... More > Emperor of the West: the great sword Caladfwlch of the Hard Lightening would next be in the hands of the King of the Summerlands. Myrddin had prophesied a child born of a dark sin, a child who would grow into manhood in the fosterage of a noble family, a child who would be forged into the King of the Summerlands: Arthur. ARD RIGH chronicles the early life of Arthur, the burgeoning King of Summer, following the legendary character from his much-anticipated birth, through his heroic ascension to the Sovereignty of Briton, culminating in his defense of Sovereignty itself against the treasonous renegade Lot.< Less
Men of Iron By LION PUBLISHING, INC., By Ernie Howard Pyle
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FREE PREVIEW OF FIRST FIFTEEN PAGES OF TEXT! When knighthood was in flower. What was it really like? These men in iron, who were they -- what ideals did they hold and what did honor mean to them. ... More > Read about the soldier ideal -- the solider who fought for his individual honor and the trust of his monarch.< Less