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The Legend of Hereward: A Novel of Norman England, 1063-1071 AD

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When truth and legend conflict, which becomes history? - England, AD 1066. When William the Conqueror turns his eye on wealthy English monasteries, the abbey of Ely finds itself an unlikely champion in the brave but unpredictable Hereward, whose resistance to the Norman invaders soon leads to murder, deceit, robbery, rebellion and finally open war... A century later, a lea ...more
Hardcover, 262 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by Severn House Publishers
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Mike Ripley is the author of the award-winning 'Angel' series of comedy thrillers which have twice won the CWA Last Laugh Award. It has been said that he 'paints a picture of London Dickens would recognise' and that 'he writes like the young Len Deighton, wierd and wonderful information and very, very funny'. Described as 'England's funniest crime writer' (The Times), he is also a respected critic ...more
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