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The Fools' Crusade

Pip Vaughan-Hughes

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Unholy Relics, c 1000 CE to c 1500, Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Historical adventure, Historical fiction

As medieval Europe tears itself apart, the Crusaders turn their eyes to the east ...

AD 1250. King vs. Pope. Crusader vs. Infidel. As medieval Europe tears itself apart, King Louis of France begins his seventh Crusade in Egypt.

When his oldest friend is killed in broad daylight, Petroc of Auneford - former relic-hunter turned respectable Venetian banker and married man - knows someone's trying to send him a deadly message. Called upon from all sides to do their bidding, and surviving in a viper's nest of greed and treachery, Petroc must guard his secrets closely if he wants to stay alive.

A blood-soaked journey to the blistering heart of Egypt is the only way the reluctant crusader can keep his friends safe - and return home to the woman he loves ...

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Pip Vaughan-Hughes

Pip is in his late 30s and grew up in South Devon. He studied medieval history at London University and later worked as a reader for a literary agency when he wasn't dabbling as a bike messenger, food critic, gardener and restaurant owner. He now lives in Vermont with his wife and daughter. Relics is Pip's first novel and he is currently at work on a second.

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