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The Painted Raven

Book Description
The Painted Raven is an adventure story and a murder mystery set during the early years of the Normans' cruel reign in England. It is a tale of two boys - one Saxon, one Norman - and their quest to discover what happened to their fathers while fighting for the king.

From the castle's kitchen to the shores of Normandy, the reader is effortlessly transported back to the twelfth century an... More
Book Information
PublisherSidney Street Press
BindingKindle Edition
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date04/08/2012
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About Samuel Bywater (Author) : Samuel Bywater is a published author. A published credit of Samuel Bywater is The Painted Raven.
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