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With King Richard making war on the French and Prince Llywelyn consolidating power in Wales, peace prevails across England and the Welsh Marches. But bloody strife rages in the North of Ireland, drawing Declan O’Duinne back to his homeland. He’s been 10 years gone, but some things never change.  

The Anglo-Normans relentlessly expand their Irish domains while the Irish kings fight among themselves. Can Declan and his fellow knight, Roland Inness, help save what’s left of free Ireland?

©2018 Wayne Grant (P)2019 Wayne Grant

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  • 28-01-2019

I love the characters and story!

i love Roland, Declan, Sir Roger and all the others. i will be sad to see this series end!

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  • 09-11-2019

great storytelling that leaves you wanting more

excellent story, leaves you wanting the next installment of Declan and Roland's journey back at shipbrook and beyond

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