The Lost Baron: A Story of England in the Year 1200

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Bethlehem Books, 2001 - Adventure and adventurers - 297 pages
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In the year 1200 in Cornwall, thirteen-year-old Martin's first day as page and squire to Baron Eric of Less Mortain is also his last when the Baron mysteriously disappears and his visiting distant relative and heir, the moody Sir Basil, takes charge of the castle.
  

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A book that makes you ask, "How is the author going to tie everything together", rather than, "What is going to happen". The first few pages, with long descriptions, seemed slow, but soon I didn't want to put the book down. Read full review

Contents

Martin the Page
1
n The Penny Lost and the Baron Too
17
in The Years Pass
30
To fas the Warder
40
Topass Venture
50
Martin Escapes
67
vn Halbert Seizes Fish
79
vin Dam and Cubs
91
Squire Martin
160
xin Rosamunds Difficulties
171
Where Is the Penny?
185
TVb More Fooa
207
The Man Is Mad
217
xvn Secrets Revealed
234
xvni Out of the Pit
245
Alone in That Darkness
262

5ew y 2 Favor
109
Martin Must Judge
127
The Hunting of the Archers
144
The Last of the Luck Penny
272
Glossary
299
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About the author (2001)

Allen French was born on November 28, 1870, in Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from Harvard University in 1894 and for several years, beginning in 1908, taught English at his alma mater. His first interest, however, was history, and his contributions to historical writing are many and varied.

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