By James Boschert
Storms of Retribution
Talon Series Book 8
The year 1187 is one of the most fateful for the Christian crusades in the Holy Land, and one of the most disastrous.
With an act of savage banditry, an infamous lord of the Kingdom of Jerusalem destroys the treaties that have made possible trade and a fragile peace. Led by Salah Ed Din, the armies of the Arab world converge on the borders of the Christian kingdom, seeking retribution.
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Storm of Retribution
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Book 4: Imprisoned for brawling in the Kingdom of Jerusalem, Talon and his longtime friend Max are freed by an old mentor from the Order of the Templars and offered a new mission.
Book 3: Shipwrecked off the coast of North Africa in a storm, Talon and friend Max escape captivity and execution, only to risk their lives preventing a massacre.
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