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The Missing Treasure: Exciting Historical Fiction about English Archers, the Crusades, gold and silver treasure hunters, early Marines, and the war at Constantinople during the feudal Middle Ages

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Exciting nonstop action set in the feudal times of medieval England following the death of King Richard. William and his English archers return to Constantinople in their galleys after carrying the emperor and his courtiers to safety and gulling them out of their gold. They return to the siege of Constantinople and it becomes a three way battle to get the Orthodox Church's Exciting nonstop action set in the feudal times of medieval England following the death of King Richard. William and his English archers return to Constantinople in their galleys after carrying the emperor and his courtiers to safety and gulling them out of their gold. They return to the siege of Constantinople and it becomes a three way battle to get the Orthodox Church's priceless gold and silver religious icons before the emperor's successor or the crusaders can find them and melt them down. William and his lieutenants don't care about the icon's religious value. They know they're priceless and they're willing to kill to get them - so they can be traded to the Pope or the Templars or the Orthodox Church for much more than they would fetch if they are melted down for their gold and silver. The exciting and action-packed saga of the serfs who rose in Medieval England continues.


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Exciting nonstop action set in the feudal times of medieval England following the death of King Richard. William and his English archers return to Constantinople in their galleys after carrying the emperor and his courtiers to safety and gulling them out of their gold. They return to the siege of Constantinople and it becomes a three way battle to get the Orthodox Church's Exciting nonstop action set in the feudal times of medieval England following the death of King Richard. William and his English archers return to Constantinople in their galleys after carrying the emperor and his courtiers to safety and gulling them out of their gold. They return to the siege of Constantinople and it becomes a three way battle to get the Orthodox Church's priceless gold and silver religious icons before the emperor's successor or the crusaders can find them and melt them down. William and his lieutenants don't care about the icon's religious value. They know they're priceless and they're willing to kill to get them - so they can be traded to the Pope or the Templars or the Orthodox Church for much more than they would fetch if they are melted down for their gold and silver. The exciting and action-packed saga of the serfs who rose in Medieval England continues.

30 review for The Missing Treasure: Exciting Historical Fiction about English Archers, the Crusades, gold and silver treasure hunters, early Marines, and the war at Constantinople during the feudal Middle Ages

  1. 4 out of 5

    antony

    If you like this kind of thing I cannot recommend this author and his books enough. The Archer series is brilliant, a great and compelling read, good characters, complex and compelling storylines and enough twists and turns to keep you guessing. Can't wait for the next one, it can'y come soon enough. If you like this kind of thing I cannot recommend this author and his books enough. The Archer series is brilliant, a great and compelling read, good characters, complex and compelling storylines and enough twists and turns to keep you guessing. Can't wait for the next one, it can'y come soon enough.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Matt schmm

    Excellent series I've read all of the archers books in the series I believe and I greatly enjoyed each one. I hope there are more coming out. Excellent series I've read all of the archers books in the series I believe and I greatly enjoyed each one. I hope there are more coming out.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gregory S. Bates

    Not bad, The plots are beginning to wane, but I've only found one more free one. Can't complain so far they have been worth every penny. Not bad, The plots are beginning to wane, but I've only found one more free one. Can't complain so far they have been worth every penny.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Geester

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    Lorna Mikitz

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    simon geer

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    Gary E. Pierson

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    Mr C R Nicholas

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    Michael Davies

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    Michael Casalegno

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    Lee Brown

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    Fred H Carroll, Jr

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    John Sullivan

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    simon t watson

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    Raul Alvarado

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    Randy Slocum

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    JOHN GARDNER

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    Robert Morris

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    zbigniew sajewicz

  20. 5 out of 5

    Janice Hooper

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    Dan

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    john green

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    Srikanth Sreedharan

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    steve lee

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    Guy Webb

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    Robert Burnham

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    John

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ann Lesley Quinn

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    Tim

  30. 4 out of 5

    William A. Beman

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