Stephen R. Lawhead
From his gaol cell, outlaw Will Scatlocke waits to be hanged.
Before he swings, Will – known to his friends as Scarlet – dictates his story to Odo, a duplicitous monk who has been given the job of recording his confession. Odo serves the ambitions of Abbot Hugo, who is gathering evidence that will lead to the capture of the men who have plagued the aristocracy and robbed the church of treasure. Hugo seeks the destruction of the elusive King Raven and his band, the Grellon.
Driven from his home in the north of England, Will has trekked to Wales to join his fortunes with that of the man whose reputation is growing throughout Britain. A forester skilled with the longbow, Will is soon part of Bran ap Brychan’s inner circle. In a failed attempt to kidnap sheriff Richard de Glanville, Will is captured. With rumours of conspiracy deepening at court, the humble prisoner becomes a vital link to the outlaws who abandoned him – and on whose loyalty their lives depend – and the throne of England.
Stephen R. Lawhead’s King Raven series brings to life the legend of Robin Hood as never before.
Praise for Hood: '... a fun read that will leave readers anxious for the next installment.' Publisher's Weekly
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