The epic conclusion of the LEOPARDS OF NORMANDY trilogy from David Churchill, co-author of War Cry (Wilbur Smith). Here is the real-life game of thrones that lead to the defining moment of English history: 1066, Hastings and the victory of the Conqueror.
From the co-author of the No.1 bestselling Wilbur Smith novel, War Cry
The Leopards of Normandy trilogy concludes as Duke William prepares to take England, and his rivals, by storm. This real-life game of thrones lead to the defining the moment of English history: Hastings, 1066, and is a must-read for fans of Conn Iggulden, Bernard Cornwell and Ken Follett.
'An exciting mix of medieval betrayal, violence and sex' Wilbur Smith
It began with a promise. It will end at Hastings.
William of Normandy, sworn heir to the English throne, is no longer the boy Duke but a loyal and proven warrior. Few dare challenge him, but England is an irresistible prize.
The handsome, ambitious Harold Godwinson and the Viking Hardrada are both determined to stake a claim. William faces his greatest ever battle: deny his own destiny or conquer the land he was born to rule.
History will be written in the blood of those who fall.
Readers love The Leopards of Normandy trilogy
'A wonderful end to a magnificent trilogy'
'I now know where Game of Thrones got most of its plot from'
'Well written, compelling, action, good characters - you name it - this is seriously worth reading!'
'History brought vividly to life'
'Wonderful storytelling and historical detail'
Cleverly adds layers of blood and flesh to our rather skeletal knowledge of the people whose invasion of England almost a thousand years ago changed our island for ever
Rich in intrigue... and a bloody fight or two... I loved every syllable - Bookbag on DUKE
David Churchill is the pseudonym of an award-winning journalist, who has conducted several hundred in-depth interviews with senior politicians, billionaire entrepreneurs, Olympic athletes, movie stars, supermodels and rock legends. He has investigated financial scandals on Wall Street, studio intrigues in Hollywood and corrupt sports stars in Britain, and lived in Moscow, Washington DC and Havana. He has edited four magazines, published seventeen books and been translated into some twenty languages.
The Leopards of Normandy trilogy reflects his lifelong passion for history and his fascination for the extraordinary men and women of the past who shaped the world we live in today.