Author: Paul W. Feenstra
Genre: Historical Fiction
Word Count: 37k Novella
Number of Pages: 150
Line Spacing: Double
Font/Size: Times New Roman/12
Fans of acclaimed authors Bernard Cornwell and Ken Follett will love the rich, character-driven medieval, ‘Falls Ende’ series. Just when life for Herdsman Odo Read and his betrothed, Charlotte, are returning to normal, the inconceivable happens.
Set during the tumultuous reign of King Henry II, in feudal England, the quiet and peace of Mellester Manor is shattered by the discovery of a senseless, brutal double murder at Falls Ende. Odo’s, life is thrown into upheaval as he searches desperately for what he holds most important to him. Ignoring the warnings of Mellester’s new reeve, his own life is suddenly in peril when he is hunted by a sadistic knight intent on revenge. For Odo, it’s either leap or die and as everyone knows, the cold depths of ‘Falls Ende’ can only shame and kill.
Sir Gweir, Mellester Manor’s inexperienced and new lord, faces his own challenges and risks upsetting King Henry II. Can he help Odo and Charlotte and serve justice, or will his own life be at risk?
‘Falls Ende – Courser’, seamlessly continues on from book one, ‘Falls Ende – The Oath’, and should be read in sequence.