"He had never been known as a clever man, Micah Mawley. Wits, it seemed, were not his strong suit. He was unschooled and uneducated, neither able to read nor write. He was - to English rural society - a fool. A dolt. A halfwit. He had on occasion and in the past, also been known to possess a foul and violent temper. It had been this fiery and irrational anger of his that had caused the trouble in London. And the trouble in London had been the reason that he had fled south: to escape the city before the sheriff could clap him in irons and send him to the Tower. The sheriff took delight in using the noose to punish those that committed the most heinous of crimes, and he had taken a special dislike to Micah..."
Read Adam Robertson's page-turner for a chance to travel between late-modern England and Nazi Germany.
ISBN : 978-1-80074-796-8
Pages : 244
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Adam is a lifelong student of the written word, who lives in a quiet corner of England's south coast. He lives with his three beautiful children and his long-suffering fiancée. Aside from the insanity of raising children, his other passion is writing, which he plans to do until he can no longer hold a pen (or poke buttons on a keyboard, at least).