Red Horse

By M. J. Logue

Historical fiction | Paperback, eBook

Summer 1642, and as the simmering feud between Charles I and his Parliament erupts into war, Captain Hollie Babbitt sets foot on English soil for the first time in twenty years... An erratically-brilliant mercenary career in Europe cost him everything, and now he fights because it’s the only thing he still knows how to do — and in the hope of one day finding peace on the point of another man’s sword. He couldn’t care less which side he’s fighting for, so long as he gets paid. But as England plunges into the chaos of civil war, Babbitt finds himself cast as unwilling hero to a company of men as damaged and rebellious as himself. And as battle rages around him, Babbitt must face and defeat his oldest enemy — his own past.

Writer, mad cake lady, re-enactor, historian. Been slightly potty about the clankier side of Ironside for around 20 years, and lists amongst my heroes in this unworthy world Sir Thomas Fairfax, Elizabeth Cromwell and John Webster (for his sense of humour.) When not purveying historically-accurate cake to various re-enactment groups across the country, M.J. Logue can usually be discovered practising in her garden with a cavalry backsword.


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