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The Archer's Castle

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The Archer's Castle is the second book in an exciting action-packed saga of eleven books set in medieval England during the days of King Richard and King John, prior to the Magna Carta. It is the tale of an English serf who rises to become the captain of a company of archers and leads its survivors as they fight their way back to dangerous and brutal feudal England after King Richard suddenly abandons his crusade—and what happens to him and his archers when they return.

Most of the archers do not return as a result of intense fighting, but some of the former serfs and free men do return—as battle hardened veterans determined to improve their lot in cruel and brutal feudal England. This exciting novel combines action-packed historical fiction with a family saga set in an era of non-stop war and action.

The Archer's Castle is the second novel in the saga. William, his brother Thomas, and William's son George finally reach feudal England with the surviving archers and become embroiled in a war with the Earl of Cornwall that will change England forever.

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