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The Falcons Of Montabard

Elizabeth Chadwick

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Historical romance, Historical fiction

Reissue of Elizabeth Chadwick's classic tale of love and battle in medieval England: The Falcons Of Montabard

BRAND-NEW 'Director's Cut' edition of one of Elizabeth Chadwick's bestselling and best-loved novels.

An author who makes history come gloriously alive' The Times
'Stunning' Barbara Erskine ************************************

The Port of Barfleur, 1120

Sabin FitzSimon, disgraced son of an earl, finally has the chance to salvage his reputation when renowned knight Edmund Strongfist asks Sabin to join a journey to Jerusalem.

The only thing Sabin must promise is to keep away from Strongfist's beautiful daughter, Annais. Sabin obeys, but his attraction to Annais's spirit, courage and her wonderful harp playing become increasingly difficult to resist.

As Sabin struggles to keep his heart in check, the Holy Land itself is in turmoil from constant warfare and the capture of its King. Simon must take command of the fortress of Montabard, and with it the recently widowed lady of the castle. . .

Praise for Elizabeth Chadwick

'Enjoyable and sensuous' Daily Mail

'Meticulous research and strong storytelling' Woman & Home

'A sumptuous ride' Daily Telegraph

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Praise for The Falcons Of Montabard

  • Picking up an Elizabeth Chadwick novel you know you are in for a sumptuous ride. Beautifully strong characters and a real feel for time and place - Daily Telegraph

  • Set in the early 12th century, the story is a neat mixture of fact and fiction. The marrying of the two is seamless. Absorbing and page-turning, I thoroughly recommend it - Historical Novels Review

  • An enjoyable and sensuous romance - Daily Mail

  • A story of stirring emotions in a volatile world of politics - Now

  • Chadwick's grasp of historical detail is matched by her ability to weave a beguiling narrative - Choice

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Elizabeth Chadwick

Much of Elizabeth Chadwick's research is carried out as a member of Regia Anglorum, an early mediaeval re-enactment society with emphasis on accurately re-creating the past. She also tutors in the skill of writing historial and romantic fiction. She won a Betty Trask Award for The Wild Hunt and has been shortlisted for the RNA Awards five times.

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