Sir Godfrey Tallboys was a knight-errant, famous for his success at tourneys, but far from wealthy. In an attempt to make his fortune he left his wife Sybilla and travelled to Spain to fight a minor rusade against the Moors. But treachery lurked in that far distant land and soon Sir Godfrey became a prisoner, a helpless slave in a hostile country. Back in quiet Suffolk he was reported dead. And so it fell to Sybilla to fend for the whole family.
A great book by a great writer, but the editor should be sacked! Two words
Sir Godfrey Tallboys had come home from the Crusades. Home to Knight's Acre. But the years had brought many changes - and not only to his estate. His wife Sybilla, exhausted with struggling to keep poverty at bay, had grown old before her time. And with Sir Godfrey's return, there was further change. With him was the Moorish slave girl who had saved his life in Spain.
Brilliantly read by Patience Tomlinson. A gripping and very vivid if somewhat depressing tale .
The Wars of the Roses were over, but for Henry Tallboys the battle for survival went on. Scratchign a livign from the meagre soil of Knight's Acre was no easy task, but that wasn't Henry's only worry - there was also Joann's future to settle. Even at the age of eleven Joanna seemed destined to fetch a handsome price in the marriage market; yet a mysterious bond seemed to unite her with Henry, a bond more close than either of them could have known.
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