The Falcons of Montabard


Author: Elizabeth Chadwick

Barfleur, 1120. Sabin FitzSimon, bastard son of an earl, has acquired a reputation for wildness and trouble only matched by his abilities as a warrior. But when he is caught seducing the King’s favorite mistress, not even his fighting skills can save him. Beaten by the King’s soldieries and left behind in the Norman port, it seems that his notoriety has finally gotten the….Read More

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