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Sir Dirridain returns to his ancestral home with hopes of claiming the hand of the Lord's daughter and with it, the title to his father's former holdings. His high hopes are dashed as the Lord of Crogmoor is killed in the night and Dirridain blamed for it. He must clear his name to seize his dreams - and to do that, he must find out who is really behind the murder. Battle, intrigue and betrayal plague the young knight as he seeks to right these wrongs and gain his place in the sagas of his people.
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  • Paperback | 468 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 26.92mm | 684.92g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507627041
  • 9781507627044

About J L Spence

Jeff Spence was born in Calgary, Canada, and grew up with ranching and rodeo until his mid-teens. He was on his own at fifteen and worked his way through high school, eventually receiving a scholarship to study education. With his B.Ed. he taught in Indonesia, Republic of China, and more, and has (to date) visited over thirty-five countries - studying, doing aid work, or simply seeing the sights. In addition to his Education studies in Literature and History, he has earned an M.Sc. in Educational Technology, an M.A. in Dead Sea Scrolls, and spent two years at the University of Oxford, doing post-graduate studies in Oriental Studies, including ancient Jewish and Babylonian medicine and magic. His adventures include bathing in the Ganges in the high Himalaya; being chased out of a Zoroastrian Fire Temple - by rottweilers; seeing ancient Mohammedan artifacts in Mosque catacombs; riding in a cattle drive in Indonesia; SCUBA diving with sharks; and more. Jeff currently lives between Oxford, UK and Miami, Florida, with his wife and new daughter. He is an active participant in the Mystery Writers of America, Florida Chapter. Jeff can be contacted at, or via the Blog. He can also be followed on Twitter: @spencewriting.
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