For King and Country official launch day!

Traitors to the crown pit Henry de Grey and his friends against dangerous enemies.

For King and Country

is now available on Amazon in print and for Kindle

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Let me take you away to life in 12th century England.
Henry de Grey has come home a changed man.

Political intrigue, family loyalties tested, forbidden love
sweeping battles

Enjoy a tale that offers a different look at the origins of Robin Hood.

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About For King and Country

England 1193
Civil war threatens as battle-scarred knight Henry de Grey returns from the Crusades. King Richard languishes in captivity, a prisoner of the Holy Roman Emperor. Traitors to the crown pit Henry and his friends against dangerous and unknown enemies.

Loyalties will be tested, families torn apart. Friend or foe? It is hard to tell one from the other.

The king’s brother John and his allies plot to usurp Richard’s throne. With the knights Sir Stephan and Sir Robin, Henry fights for king and country. But he must keep his feelings for Sir Stephan l’Aigle secret. Sure as arrow or sword, their forbidden love could destroy him.

War, political intrigue and passion… heroes… friends and lovers… and the seeds for a new Robin Hood legend await you…

  1. journeyearthblog Avatar

    What a provocative and “I want to know more” opening line, “Drums. Dear God, not the drums.” Congratulations on your new book Charlene!

  2. jadey36 Avatar

    Congratulations, Char! After all the hard work, you have the end result in your hand. It must be a very satisfying feeling. Of course, I was privileged to read the early stages of this book. I suspect it has undergone many changes since then and I look forward to re-reading it in its final form.

  3. Catherine Hedge Avatar

    Reblogged this on Pen In Hand and commented:
    Congratulations, Char! A day to celebrate! I raise a glass of ale (actually, wine. I would have made a better Norman.)

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