'Heart-pounding action' THE TIMES.
After two decades of conflict, Edward III has finally agreed a treaty with the captive French King, John II. In return for his freedom, John has ceded vast tracts of territory to the English. But for five long years mercenary bands and belligerent lords have fought over the carcass of his kingdom. They will not give up their hard-won spoils to honour a defeated king's promises.
If the English want their prize, they'll have to fight for it... Thomas Blackstone will have to fight for it.
As he battles to enforce Edward's claim, Thomas Blackstone will see his name blackened, his men slaughtered, his family hunted. He will be betrayed and, once again, he'll face the might of the French army on the field. But this time there will be no English army at his back. He'll face the French alone.
Scourge of Wolves
I first came across “Master of War” in paperback whilst on holiday in New Zealand during early 2014. I read a good part of it sitting in the book shop, but waited until I returned home to Scotland before purchasing the e.book version. A fantastic novel. A great read is an underestimation. A strong leading protagonist and supporting characters. I have read all the sequels as they have been published and hope it is not too long before the next is released