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Fight for Liberty
Book Three in the Liberty Trilogy
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Chasing Liberty
Book One in the Liberty Trilogy
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Testing Liberty
Book Two in the Liberty Trilogy
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Life-Changing Love
A Novel about Dating, Courtship, Family, and Faith.
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Roland West, Outcast
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Dying for Compassion
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Where You Lead
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The Boy Knight of Reims
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The Song at the Scaffold
July 17, 1794: French Revolutionaries are out to crush the Catholic Church in their nation, and the latest targets of their brutality are the Carmelites of the convent of Compiègne. Sentenced to death for their faith, they kneel at the foot of the guillotine, renew their vows, and begin chanting Veni, Creator Spiritus, while each one mounts the scaffold to be beheaded.

The Song at the Scaffold is an historical novella based on the gripping story of these brave heroines who offered their lives as a witness to Christ. Written for adults, this 1931 classic has been supplemented with extensive study aids that make it suitable as well for high school students, including footnotes, questions for literary analysis, a glossary, an historical timeline, and an author biography.
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Lepanto
Lepanto
'Includes two essays by Chesterton, "The true romance" and "If Don John of Austria had married Mary, Queen of Scots." 124pp'
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Lances of Lynwood
Lances of Lynwood
' Eustace is the younger brother of Sir Reginald, the lord of Lynwood castle and its surrounding lands. One heroic act on the battlefield gains him the favor of the Prince of Wales, who raises young Eustace to the level of Knighthood; but with that honor comes responsibility. There is one in the kingdom who also holds high favor with the Prince; one who wants to see the demise of the Lynwoods, and through a deceitful plan, tries to end the life of the rightful heir to the estates. The youthful Sir Eustace is hurled into the world of men and must now defend his castle, his orphaned nephew, and if he survives, his honor. To defend a castle under siege is no small task, especially when there are traitors within the walls and only a handful of men to defend it. But the gallant Sir Eustace, with the help of his brave squire, and the remaining lances of Lynwood, are up to the desperate task. In the end, he is to be hailed a brave, stout-hearted young Knight, for above all, he has true Charity. '
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Julia's Gifts
As a young girl, Julia bought gifts for her future spouse. After the US enters the Great War, she impulsively enlists as an untrained medical aide. Disheartened by war, will Julia abandon the pursuit of her beloved? From Philadelphia to war-torn France, follow Julia as she transitions from unworldly young woman to compassionate volunteer.
Great War-Great Love Book1
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Father Brown
Father Brown
'Father Brown first made his appearance in "The Innocence of Father Brown" in 1911. This collection contains all of the Father Brown stories, showing thr quiet wit and compassion that has endeared him to many, whilst solving his mysteries by a mixture of imagination and a sympathetic worldliness in a totally believable manner. 411pp'
Selected Stories
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Windswept House
Windswept House
'An international cadre of top-level conspirators sets out to create a single global society by using the Vatican and its embattled pope to realize their ambitious and deadly schemes 646pp'
A Vatican Novel
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The Father Brown Reader II
Sequel to the popular Father Brown Reader: Stories from Chesterton. Includes adaptations for young readers of four of Chesterton's Father Brown murder mysteries: The Invisible Man, The Mirror of the Magistrate, The Eye of Apollo, and The Perishing Pendragons. In these stories, the notorious criminal Flambeau has reformed and is now a great detective. He is often aided by his friend and confidant Father Brown.
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Roland West, Loner
Roland West, Loner
'Catholic teen fiction about fourteen-year-old loner, Roland West who finds help from a neighborhood boy and his autistic brother. A story where mystery, friendship, and a little-known saint come together. 318pp'
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A Soldier Surrenders
A Soldier Surrenders
' There are very few stories written about the life of St. Camillus, but his life story is one that both the young and old would do well to hear. In a style very captivating, Mrs. Peek imparts the fascinating story of this great saint who - at an early and rebellious age - went off to become a 16th century soldier-of-fortune. A belligerent and often brash young soldier, this self-seeking Camillus de Lellis frequently gives in to his passion for gambling and drinking, leaving him, for the most part, in dire straits. And though he sometimes cooperates with grace, he always seems to find himself back in trouble. Ultimately pushed to the brink of utter despair and humiliation, this stray and obstinate soul finally surrenders to the King of Kings, and the soldier of fortune becomes a soldier of Christ. An inspiring story of perseverance and the eventual surrender to the Divine Will. '
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Fabiola
Fabiola
Cardinal Wiseman's classic story of the Christian persecution under Emperor Diocletian in the 300s AD. Fabiola is perplexed by the new-found faith of her cousin Agnes as well as her servant, but is especially intrigued when she finds the noblest Roman soldier she knows, Sebastian, is also a Christian. In this moving description of the Roman catacombs and the captured Christians who faced cruel death with unearthly fortitude, a story of faith and renewal unfolds in the decaying Roman empire. 444pp
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The Shadow on the Earth
The Shadow on the Earth
' Part II of the Fr. Dudley series. This novel depicts the different perspectives of optimism and pessimism pitted against each other - a story of good versus evil at its best. Set in a Benedictine monastery, this great read leads to a deepened understanding of the answer to the problem of pain and suffering. 143 pp hardcover. '
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The Coming of the Monster
The Coming of the Monster
' Part V of the Fr. Dudley series portrays the modern revolt against God and the moral law. An unusual mystery that leads you on a "journey of the mind" - and body! - with scenes set in Leningrad, Lourdes, Paris, and Hollywood. 275 pp hardcover. '
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The Tremaynes and the Masterful Monk
The Tremaynes and the Masterful Monk
' Part VI in the Fr. Dudley series. The novel is a character study, the story of an ugly, unlikable man who seemed unredeemable. In the event, he proved otherwise - owing to the monk acting on the principle of the potentially reclaimable deep down. 333 pp hardcover. '
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Bradford\'s Pledge
Bradford's Pledge
'Miss Julia Harwood is a soft-hearted but very self-centred young lady. She is frequently torn between her fanciful whims and her better judgement. Mr. Philip Bradford on the other time is going through the bitterest trial of his life. He has been entrusted by a dark secret, the knowledge of which may ruin him. Then the fate of both young people is suddenly entwined. They must make a decision which may cost them their lives. 474pp'
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Fight for Liberty
Fight for Liberty
'Liberty has gained a deeper understanding of true freedom, but having it for herself is not enough. Prompted by the inner voice that has guided her for years, Liberty is compelled to bring the freedom she possesses to others in Aldonia. While unsure of how to carry out this mission, she is willing to risk all to accomplish it. 276pp'
Book Three in the Liberty Trilogy
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Chasing Liberty
Chasing Liberty
'Set in the not-so-distant future, a young woman seeks freedom in a society devoid of faith and family and where the government controls every aspect of life. 330pp'
Book One in the Liberty Trilogy
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Testing Liberty
Testing Liberty
'Set in the not-so-distant future . . . . A young woman, imprisoned at a re-education facility, plans her escape so she can repair the damage she brought upon an entire colony. 384pp'
Book Two in the Liberty Trilogy
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Life-Changing Love
Life-Changing Love
Christian teen fiction. Caitlyn Summer, soon to be fifteen, must practice old-fashioned courtship with high parental involvement, but she has a terrible crush on shy Roland West and she has competition from a girl with no restrictions. As Caitlyn struggles to remain faithful to God, her parents, and herself, her best friend gets pregnant and might get an abortion. When Caitlyn discovers her mother's past mistakes, she begins to resent all the guidelines her parents expect her to follow. The characters in Life-Changing Love face the questions: Who am I? Where am I headed? How am I going to get there? 332pp
A Novel about Dating, Courtship, Family, and Faith.
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Roland West, Outcast
Roland West, Outcast
He's searching for the truth but is he ready to proclaim it? Book 5 in the contemporary Christian West Brothers series. Shy Roland West, seeks to uncover the vandals of an outcast's house before they strike again. 294pp
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The Sheriff of the Beech Fork: A Story of Kentucky
The Sheriff of the Beech Fork: A Story of Kentucky
'"The Sheriff of the Beech Fork" continues the adventures of 15-year-old Owen Howard and Martin Cooper in the early 19th century Kentucky wilderness, as begun in "The Cave by the Beech Fork." Having befriended the deputy sheriff, Richard Lane (better known as Coon-Hollow Jim), they are invited to accompany him on a hand-hewn raft of poplar beams to New Orleans. Here, in a portion of the United States only recently purchased from the French and defended from the invading British, they hoped to deliver the produce of the Bardstown farmers to market. Along the way they encounter many adventures that test not only their courage but also their wisdom and their trust in God. 232pp'
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The Cave by the Beech Fork: A Story of Kentucky
The Cave by the Beech Fork: A Story of Kentucky
'From the discovery of a secret cave to the winning of a David-and-Goliath shooting match, there is no lack of action in "The Cave by the Beech Fork," as we follow Owen Howard and Martin Cooper through their exploits in early 19th century Kentucky. But there is so much more to this story than history and adventure. A true depth of Catholic character animates these boys and their families, as well as that inspiring patriotism that galvanized the hearts of the early Pioneers. 242pp'
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Dying for Compassion
Dying for Compassion
Telluride Medical Examiner Jane Wallace travels to Ireland to investigate Irish author Eoin Conner's involvement in the death of Fiona, his estranged wife, while Father Matt is faced with his own share of mysteries to solve at home in Telluride. 320pp
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Secrets
Secrets
'Secrets: Visible and Invisible is a collection of short stories by seven CatholicTeenBooks.com authors. As described by Mark Hart of Life Teen International, who provides the foreword, "Each story reveals something different about the human heart and our constant (though, often veiled) desire for truth and virtue." Secret (n.) - something kept hidden from knowledge or view; a mystery. In a dystopian future, an innocent picnic turns deadly! Elijah knows nothing of the elderly stranger\'s secret past--until her disappearance changes everything. A mysterious, ever-changing painting alarms a group of teens. The cannonball took Dario\'s legs . . . Will he lose his soul too? The arrival of a mysterious girl challenges everything about Jason\'s life. An unlicensed driver. His dad\'s truck. What could possibly go wrong? An old tale of murder and forbidden love leads to a modern day treasure hunt. For nothing is hid that shall not be made manifest, nor anything secret that shall not be known and come to light. (Luke 8:17 RSV-CE) 222pp'
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Gifts
Gifts
Gifts: Visible and Invisible is a collection of short stories by eight CatholicTeenBooks.com authors. THE OUTLAWS' FRIEND: Setting out in a raging blizzard with nothing but an outlaw's trunk and a heart clenched with dread, Barney leaves the warmth of his family for the cold unknown. Will he find the courage to obey the command? IN THE STEPS OF A SAINT: What could an ancient Christmas carol possibly have to do with Andrew's life? He's about to find out A PERFECT CHRISTMAS: No tree, no cookies, no gifts. Not a single flake of snow. With sick siblings, Dad stranded, and Mom overwhelmed, will Christmas come at all to Marigold's topsy-turvy home? OPERATION GIFT DROP: In a dystopian future, Bolcan wants to prove his skills as a rescuer but this is a crazy mission: deliver gifts to Aldonians by stealth and at risk of capture.CHRISTMAS ANGEL: Meg's unforgettable Advent journey begins when four simple words challenge her idea of a perfect Christmas. SIGNS OF CHRISTMAS: Christmas without her friend Sal isn't the same, but Antonina finds a new friend whose circumstances have her rethinking the value of a gift. JUST JESUS: Christmas had always made sense to Vanessa, until her yuletide festivities are called into question by a new kid named Luke and a mysterious wood carving. A VERY JURASSIC CHRISTMAS EVE: Joshua's perfect Christmas Eve is upended by the plight of a starving mamma dino and her babies. Meanwhile, Darryl and her family risk their lives for a holiday guest in the perilous, raptor-infested mountains. 242pp
Visible & Invisible
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Where You Lead
Where You Lead
'Sixteen-year-old Eve Donahue\xe2\x80\x99s lonely existence changes in an instant when visions of a mysterious stranger haunt her. Certain God is calling her for a mission, she bravely says yes and begins her quest to meet this young man. Thousands of miles away, Nick Hammond has been dealing with his own unusual experience, an unwavering certainness to convince his father to run for political office. When these two unlikely teens finally meet, their belief that God has called them to work together sets them on a journey of faith to untangle a web of deception involving international trade agreements, lost confederate gold, and a blossoming romance. As they follow century old clues, they realize God can call us all in big and small ways. We just need to listen and say \xe2\x80\x9cYes Lord, I will go where You lead.\xe2\x80\x9d'
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Brothers
Brothers
Joe Whitelow is 13. Kyle Verrall is 18. Joe's small for his age. Kyle's tall and strong. Joe's almost blond. Kyle's hair is dark. He's a Believer. Joe's a bit vague about what that even means. But they do have one thing in common. They both need to get out of the EuroBloc. Or die. 86pp
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The Blood Red Crescent and the Battle of Lepanto
The Blood Red Crescent and the Battle of Lepanto
It was fall 1570, and rumors of an invasion by the Turks were spreading throughout Venice. Down by the docks, Guido Callata listened to the sailors as they discussed past battles and speculated about more fighting in the future. From the altar of St. Mark's, a message from His Holiness Pope Pius V had been read, calling for crusade to repel Turkish advances. A fleet of Venetian and Spanish vessels would be assembled, and Guido's father, like other wealthy Venetians, had agreed to build and equip a galley for the Christian fleet. Secretly, Guido hoped to sail to battle with his father's crew; instead, he was whisked off to the safety of a monastery, far from the excitement of the Venetian waterfront. How Guido finally manages to join the fleet and help to defeat the Turks in the memorable Battle of Lepanto is a colorful tale of danger, suspense, and adventure in sixteenth-century Italy.
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The Sugar Camp and After
Young Raymond Bolt accidentally ends up in Kentucky after hiding in a freight car, and finds himself among the Bell family near Withrose Creek during Maple Sugaring season. He, Leo and Hunter spend a season together learning many new and unexpected ways to help the Bell family farm. paperback, 188 pp
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Come Rack! Come Rope!
Come Rack! Come Rope!
' The ONLY unabridged version of this title currently in print. A time when priests travelled in disguise and had to be hid by the faithful. Families heard Mass and received the Sacraments in secret -but a traitor in the midst could mean capture, torture and death for the undercover priest. Provides vivid descriptions and profound insights to the persecutions of Catholics during the age of the English Protestant Reformation. 469pp, hard cover, ages 16 + '
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The Race for Copper Island
By Rev. Henry S. Spalding, S.J.

The year is 1669.  In French colonial Quebec, Paul Guibeau has won fame for his bravery in fighting the Iroquois, and now he hopes to turn this success into a military career.  When he overhears Count Frontenac commissioning Louis Joliet to chart the location of a fabled island in Lake Superior containing a rich supply of copper, Paul is determined to achieve glory by being the first to return with news of this mineral wealth.  He sets off in a race across the wilderness with his friend and ally, a Huron Indian named Red Bear, in search of this island…but he does not count on the incursions of the Miami Indians into the lands now vacated by the fierce Iroquois.  An unexpected struggle for freedom and for life itself now stands between him and his dreamed-of glory...

This book is the first of a pair that follow the discoveries of Marquette and Joliet in the 17th century.  In The Race for Copper Island, we find Joliet and his companions setting off westward into the upper Great Lakes, in search of rich copper deposits that had been reported by missionaries in that region.  At a Jesuit Mission near Sault Sainte Marie, Joliet meets with Father Marquette, whose observations and detailed maps of the shores of Lake Superior prove invaluable to his quest.  At the same time, Father Marquette tells Joliet of his great desire to explore the Great River the natives have told him of—a river they call the Mississippi—the fulfillment of which will follow in the next volume, The Marks of the Bear Claws.

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The Old Mill on the Withrose
By Rev. Henry S. Spalding, S.J.

When the doctor declares that Florian Bell’s health is in serious danger, he is sent from his home in Milwaukee to stay with his cousins Hunter and Leo on the banks of Withrose Creek in Kentucky.  There he learns how to fish, hunt, and lay snares…but the boys’ favorite pastime is trying to unravel the mystery of the old mill...what will its secrets unfold?  What is Bob Lindon hiding there?  And will the mysterious night riders manage to make good their threats against the Bell farm?  Only time will tell...

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The Marks of the Bear Claws
By Rev. Henry S. Spalding, S.J.

Paul Guibeau has spent the winter at the Mission of Saint Ignace and now is anxious to set out with Father Marquette and Sieur Joliet on their voyage of discovery.  More than anything, though, he wants his friend Red Bear to accompany them—not only to help protect them, but in the hopes that by spending the months ahead with the great Missionary, Red Bear may finally consent to become a Christian.  But Red Bear fears Marquette and instead heads east with his people.  Who, then, is encircling the camp each night with the marks of bear claws?  Mystery and danger abound on this journey into the unknown…

The story of Père Marquette and his participation in the discovery of the Mississippi River was one that was dear to Father Spalding, for he had done much of his own research on the life of this great Jesuit.  He used details from Volume 59 of the Jesuit Relations (which includes the actual journals kept by Marquette during his travels) to construct this story (though of course he added fictional elements as well).  The result is a riveting tale of courage and faith valuable as much for itself as for its historic significance.

 

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The Camp by Copper River
By Rev. Henry S. Spalding, S.J.

Five boys. Five weeks camping in the pine forests of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.  What could go wrong?

Walter Stanley’s eccentric bachelor uncle has offered to take him and a chosen friend on the adventure of a lifetime.  Only it’s too hard to choose just one friend!  So along come Ferdinand Eggert with his wireless radio, a persistent John Newell (who insists on paying his own way) and the perennially cheerful Carroll Cage…plus a newcomer to tag along as cook.  But before they’ve even arrived at their destination, it becomes clear that one of the boys is a thief…how will they discover the culprit?

 

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At the Foot of the Sandhills
By Rev. Henry S. Spalding SJ After spending four years boarding with the Blakestone family during his medical studies, Dr. Murt is thrilled to finally return the favour by inviting young Walter to come and stay with him in Nebraska for a few months. Walter learns to hunt ducks and geese, trap muskrats, and most of all, he gains a new appreciation for the beauty of nature and its ways. But even in this idyllic setting, something is not quite right. What plagues the Dobbs family, and can Dr. Murt help dispel this shadow with Walter’s help? 5.5" x 8.5" paperback 174 pages
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The Boy Knight of Reims
The Boy Knight of Reims
Jean D'Orbais was born under the shadow of Reims Cathedral. From his earliest childhood he sees it growing in beauty through the efforts of the master craftsmen who are at work on it. When he is ten years old, he is apprenticed to a goldsmith, and begins his education in the arts. The story of his career, his escapades, his ambitions, and his final success, is enthralling. But it is not Jean alone who interests us. Through his eyes the child sees the bustling town of Reims in the fourteenth century, with its crafts and guilds, its merchants and its beggars, its nobles and its soldiers. He hears too of the Maid of Orleans, and her fight for France. Miss Lownsbery combines historic truth and accuracy with an interesting and living story. No textbook would give a child so vivid a picture as this does, and few other stories will so completely capture his imagination.
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I am Margaret
IN MARGO'S WORLD, IF YOU DON'T PASS YOUR SORTING AT 18 YOU ARE RECYCLED. LITERALLY. Margaret Verrall dreams of marrying the boy she loves and spending her life with him. But she's part of the underground network of Believers - and that carries the death penalty. And there's just one other problem. She's going to fail her Sorting. But a chance to take on the system ups the stakes beyond mere survival. Now she has to break out of the Facility - or face the worst punishment of all. Conscious Dismantlement. "Great style - very good characters and pace. Definitely a book worth reading, like The Hunger Games." EOIN COLFER, author of Artemis Fowl "An intelligent, well-written and enjoyable debut from a young writer with a bright future." STEWART ROSS, author of The Soterion Mission "This book invaded my dreams." SR. MARY CATHERINE BLOOM O.P
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The Three most wanted
"Bane? Take Margo and go. You've done everything that you can. Just leave me here. I'll be fine." "No, you won't," said Bane. "Fine. I won't. Doesn't make any difference now. Go." 2000 KILOMETERS. THREE YOUNG ADULTS.A CONTINENT-WIDE MANHUNT. CHANCE OF SURVIVAL? NO CHANCE. Having outwitted the EuroGov by rescuing an entire facility of teens destined for recycling, Margo is on the run. Together with Jon and Bane, she's posing as a summer backpacker. Their only hope is to keep ahead of the government trackers and somehow cross the continent to the last free state in Europe: The Vatican. But just how long will that state remain free if the Three Most Wanted Fugitives in Europe find refuge there? PRAISE FOR BOOK 1: I AM MARGARET "Great style ... like The Hunger Games." EOIN COLFER, author of Artemis Fowl
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The Gauntlet

One misty summer afternoon, Peter Staunton was wandering near the ruined castle of Carreg Cennen in the hill country of the Welsh border. He stumbles across a rusted metal gauntlet and idly slips it on his hand. This is the start of an adventure that takes him back in time to the 14th century, when his Norman ancestors held the castle.

Now, as Peter de Blois, he is plunged into a bewildering medieval world of chivalry and honor, of archery and falconry, of grand feasts and castles, but most of all, of heart pounding jousting tournaments. But all these rousing pastimes ominously give way to a rebellion among the Welsh tribes, culminating in a fierce assault on the castle fortress and its Norman defenders. Surrounded and outnumbered, the Normans must get word of the attack to the nearest castle. The only way out is down an immense cliff wall. Can Peter make the climb in time?

A finely authentic picture of life in the 14th century.

These rousing pastimes give way to ominous rebellion. Suddenly besieged in their castle, surrounded and outnumbered, these Normans are in peril. Will Peter now be the only one who can save the day?

Hardcover, 248 pages.

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Grisly Grisell
Grisly Grisell
' A curious title, indeed, but one of the most touching stories of courage, love and devotion ever written! The Wars of the Roses was a time of civil strife in 15th century England - a time when the House of York and the House of Lancaster battled for the crown. Caught in the middle were two proud families and a boy and a girl - promised in marriage from early childhood. Little Grisell, however, is involved in a tragic accident that leaves her once beautiful face disfigured. Through terrible humiliation and the horrors of war between one-time friends, Grisell emerges a shining example of true love and devotion for all the countryside. Swift battles and numerous displays of true virtue make this heartwarming tale of perseverance a book that you will read again and again. '
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Lord of the World
Lord of the World
' A prophetic novel on the Antichrist! This novel, written in 1906, takes place around the year 2000. Msgr. Benson\'s prophetic insight is exciting and accurate and gives the reader a glimpse into the immediate future and the growth of Antichrist. Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen says "The three great apocalyptic pieces of literature dealing with the advent of the satanic are Father Hugh Benson\'s '
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