Robin Hood Nearly Back in Sherwood

The next in the Robin Hood novels will be out in early February, so do follow for updates, extracts etc. as they come.

In the meantime “Loxley” the first in The Chronicles of Robin Hood sequence is now out in paperback and on Kindle.

It will also be available on Kobo and Nook eReaders from early January.

So if you’re looking for a last minute stocking-filler for a friend or family member, or yourself, please do take a look. Just click on the link at the foot of this page to order:Loxley Cover

Here’s the synopsis:

“1198 A.D A hooded man brings rebellion to the forest…

Lionheart’s England, with the King fighting in Normandy… For the oppressed villagers of Sherwood there is no escape from persecution and despair. They exist under the sufferance of their brutal overlords.

When a mysterious stranger saves a miller’s son from cruel punishment, the Sheriff of Nottingham sends the ruthless Sir Guy of Gisborne to hunt him down.

His past life destroyed, Robin of Loxley must face his greatest challenge yet. Deadly with a longbow and a sword, he will fight tyranny and injustice, encounter allies and enemies old and new.

The vast Sherwood Forest with its hidden glades and ancient pathways is the last refuge of wolfsheads. Here their bloody battles will be fought, friendships forged and loyalties tested.

Loxley will become Robin Hood. Notorious leader of outlaws.

Their daring deeds will become legend.

This is the first in a four-part series “The Chronicles of Robin Hood”, and includes an historical note on the origins of the famous outlaw.”

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Loxley-Chronicles-Robin-John-Bainbridge/dp/1511774371/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1450512134&sr=1-1

 

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