The Siege of Conisbrough Castle

The Siege of Conisbrough Castle

by Bard of Burgh Conan

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A young squire called Eubulo le Strange is sent to Conisbrough Castle to complete his military training in the service of John de Warenne. While he is there he gets caught up in an intricate web of politics, love and war, which leads to his involvement in the abduction of Lady Alice de Laci, wife of the powerful Earl Thomas of Lancaster. Unfortunately, the Earl is not slow to seek revenge, and lays siege to Conisbrough Castle.This story is a taster extract from The Abduction of Lady Alice which gives a detailed account of all the events leading up to the siege, and the love story that follows. This free ebook is a sampler of the full novel which is available under the same title as a paperback and as "The Abduction of Lady Alice" on Kindle.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154491737
Publisher: Bard of Burgh Conan
Publication date: 07/30/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 875,014
File size: 284 KB

About the Author

Bard of Burgh Conan is the pen name Christopher Webster uses for his writing about his home town, Conisbrough. He was brought up in Conisbrough, went to Station Road School, and has lived at various times on Daylands Avenue, Roberts Avenue and Castle Avenue. The town, with its rich history and magnificent castle, has been an important influence in his life and has inspired some of his best work, hence his pen-name, Bard of Burgh Conan (from a medieval form of the town’s name). He read English at St David’s, Lampeter and Leeds University, and is now a teacher and writer. His first educational publication was Poetry Through Humour and Horror (Cassell, 1987). This was followed by many more educational publications including books for KS3 and GCSE English Language and Literature published by Hodder, and the best-selling 100 Literacy Hours (Scholastic, 1997/2005). He has also published several novels and some volumes of poetry under his own name. His writing about Conisbrough includes Crusader, The Abduction of Lady Alice, Richard of Conisbrough, The Poet and the Castle, Conisbrough Tales, Coal Dust Kisses and three books of short stories.

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