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The Healer, published.the healer

Young Riennes de Montford looks down at the robber with an arrow in his throat and sees a youth who will die soon if something is not done. He instructs Haralde, his traveling companion, to start a fire and orders Monk Godfroi to hold a flaming torch over the bandit. Then with delicate surgical instruments, he cuts into the body to the disbelief of the monk whose best medical practice amounts to bleeding and potions. Such is one scene in The Healer, a medieval adventure in 1067 England.

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knight_haraldeKnight Haralde, published.

The Norman soldier hacks at Haralde, his heavier iron broadsword clanging against Haralde’s lighter curved kandos of Eastern design. The veteran soldier slowly bangs away, feeling he has the young Welshman. Then Haralde, feigning exhaustion, changes the tempo, takes control of even the time and rhythm of the fight and dances inside the soldier’s reach with his deadlier, superior Chinese steel blade. Within minutes, the soldier is on the ground, his face cut and bleeding. Thus is the result of such an East versus West fight scene in Knight Haralde.


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The Welsh Lords

The Welsh Lords, published.

A wandering Merlin in the middle of a Welsh winter beats on the great door of the stone keep requesting shelter of The Welsh Lords, Riennes de Montford and Haralde Longshield.

Actually he is Ambrosious, a disillusioned dissipated Christian monk who lives alone and wanders the mountainous country easing the suffering of Dark Age serfs and peasants while seeking the answers to the mysteries of the natural world around him.

He is unsatisfied with the Church of Rome’s doctrine all things of God’s world was created perfect 3,000 years ago and to violate the sanctity of the human body is blasphemy.

Yet he witnesses the challenge to that doctrine, whereby an open body operation is performed (read KNIGHT HARALDE) on Norman Riennes de Montford who takes a magical draught, sleeps painlessly under the knife and miraculously recovers.

It’s 1067. This should not be happening.

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knight_haraldeThe Exiles, published.

Riennse de Montford and brother Haralde Longshield flee from Dark Age persecution by William the Conqueror to find a new world of intellectual freedom. Riennse, a Muslim trained physician, and Haralde, a mathematician, discover al Andalus (Spain) where Arabs, Christians and Jews live side by side pursuing the Light of Scientific revelations, what the church of Rome labels Satanic, the anti-Christ.

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