by R. Edward Dion
Longbow is the story of a restless young Norwegian bowman of the fourteenth century in search of his destiny.
Leaving his remote village at the tender age of eighteen, he becomes a wanderer. He befriends a kindly and enigmatic man who is a maker of arms and presumably sells his wares to the highest bidder. Together they share a series of adventures spanning almost two decades that culminate in war, political intrigue and even love for a beautiful countess who is wed to another.
It is also a time of secrets and of a weapon that is destined to make England a world power.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A Massachusetts native, R. Edward Dion has resided for over twenty years near historic Magnolia, Delaware. His many passions include, but are not limited to, playing tennis, working in charcoals, writing short stories about World War I and going to the movies with his fiancée. The above are not necessarily ranked in order of importance. Longbow is Mr. Dion's first historical novel.
(2006, paperback, 284 pages)
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