Midnight Falcon

Author: David Gemmell

Midnight Falcon continues the tale of the Rigante, which began in Sword in the Storm. Love, honour, blood and betrayal all play out in this heroic fantasy by the Sunday Times bestselling author David Gemmell – perfect for fans of Joe Abercrombie, Duncan M. Hamilton and Conn Iggulden.”For anyone who appreciates good heroic fantasy, Da….Read More

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