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Sword and Scimitar (Hardback)
  • Sword and Scimitar (Hardback)

Sword and Scimitar (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 25/10/2012
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Bestselling author Simon Scarrow brings the Great Siege of Malta to vivid and unforgettable life in this gripping standalone novel. 1565, Malta: a vital outpost between the divided nations of Europe and the relentlessly expanding Ottoman Empire. Faced with ferocious attack by a vast Turkish fleet, the knights of the Order of St John fear annihilation. Amongst those called to assist is disgraced veteran Sir Thomas Barrett. Loyalty and instinct compel him to put the Order above all other concerns, yet his allegiance is divided. At Queen Elizabeth's command, he must search for a hidden scroll, guarded by the knights, that threatens her reign. As Sir Thomas confronts the past that cost him his honour and a secret that has long lain buried, a vast enemy army arrives to lay siege to the island...

Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780755358366

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“Disappointing”

Having read and enjoyed all of Simon Scarrow’s Cato and Macro Roman Legion books, I was looking forward to reading his latest book.
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7th May 2013
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“not great”

disappointed not as good as his previos books.just seemed to lack something can't put my finger on it.hope next books will be up to standard.

13th January 2013
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“A ripping yarn!”

More swashbuckling from Simon Scarrow. This one -off novel has it all - a knight who's lost his faith, a search for a vital secret, a three way love triangle, all set against the seige of Malta. Well researched... More

6th December 2012
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