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Lucifer's Harvest: The Chronicles of Hugh de Singleton, surgeon

Lucifer's Harvest: The Chronicles of Hugh de Singleton, surgeon
In this historical novel, Lord Gilbert Talbot must provide soldiers for Prince Edward's battle in France. Surgeon Hugh de Singleton must travel with the war party to tend to any injuries. Along the way, de Singleton must uncloak the villians.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781782641889
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Publisher: LION
Author: Starr Mel
Format: Pbk
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King Charles of France has announced that he is confiscating Aquitaine, and Prince Edward has sent for knights and men at arms from England to assist him in opposing the French king. Lord Gilbert Talbot is required to provide five knights, twelve squires, and twenty archers and men at arms, and wishes his surgeon - Hugh de Singleton - to travel with the party, while Hugh's wife Kate will oversee the castle. Among the party will be Sir Simon Trillowe, Hugh's old nemesis and Kate's former suitor, who had once set fire to Hugh's house. After a brawl on the streets of Oxford Sir Simon had nearly lost an ear; Hugh had sewn it back on but it had healed crooked, and Simon blamed Hugh for the disfigurement. Finding himself in the same party, Hugh resolves not to turn his back on the knight - but it is Sir Simon who should not have turned his back.
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