Geoffrey Hotspur: A Squire's Chivalry
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Geoffrey Hotspur: A Squire's Chivalry

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For a squire to keep his place at court is no small trial...

And if that squire has neither family nor fortune, his task is doubly hard.

Geoffrey Hotspur is one of the most talented squires in the hall of the famous John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster; but his place rests on the good will of the lady of the hall, Anne de Roet. And she does not suffer fools gladly.

As the sevente...more
ebook, 62 pages
Published March 13th 2012 by Knox Robinson Publishing Ltd
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Evan Ostryzniuk was born and raised in western Canada, where he attended the University of Saskatchewan. After graduating with a B.A. in History and Modern Languages and an M.A. in Modern History, Evan did post-graduate work at the University of Cambridge, concluding five years of research with a doctoral thesis on the Russian Revolution. He eventually found his way to eastern Europe, where he too...more
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