Bernard Cornwell

“Father Hobbe, his cassock skirts hitched up to his waist, was fighting with a quarterstaff, ramming the pole into French faces. ‘In the name of the Father,’ he shouted, and a Frenchman reeled back with a pulped eye, ‘and of the Son,’ Father Hobbe snarled as he broke a man’s nose, ‘and of the Holy Ghost!”

Bernard Cornwell, The Archer's Tale
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The Archer's Tale (The Grail Quest, #1) The Archer's Tale by Bernard Cornwell
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