Burning the Water by Robert Low

The second thrilling instalment of the trilogy is n interesting take on reiver legends, managing to place their history and battles in a wider historical context, from Michelangelo to the Mary Rose. In this instalment Batty Coalhouse is offered the chance to take revenge on the man who took his arm, the mercenary Maramaldo.


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