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Fatal Mistakes: Medieval England Historical Fiction (Company of Archers Book 20)

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This is an all-new story from Martin Archer. It is his longest and best. The action, political incorrectness, and wide-eyed innocence and ignorance is non-stop in this exciting medieval times novel. The Company's archers sail for Constantinople to join the fight against the Orthodox army attempting to re-establish the Byzantine Empire with the help of the Venetians. Richar This is an all-new story from Martin Archer. It is his longest and best. The action, political incorrectness, and wide-eyed innocence and ignorance is non-stop in this exciting medieval times novel. The Company's archers sail for Constantinople to join the fight against the Orthodox army attempting to re-establish the Byzantine Empire with the help of the Venetians. Richard arrives from England and takes his horse archers out to delay and harry the invaders. George returns from Rome and is wounded escaping an assassination attempt by the Venetians, his men work feverishly to strengthen the city's defenses, and an alchemist joins the Company. William, Henry, and Harold come out of retirement when the Company's retirees are summoned to help because every man is needed. This is Martin Archer's greatest and longest story in the continuing saga of Cornwall's Company of Archers at the dawn of Britain's military supremacy and the rise of its great merchant companies. It is an action-packed tale with a sprinkling of Candide, Sancho Panza, and Flashman to reflect the realities and ignorances of medieval life. The first book in the series, "The Archer," is available on Amazon as an ebook, in print, as audio book, and as part of the a collection of the first six books of the saga entitled "The Archers Story: Part I."


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This is an all-new story from Martin Archer. It is his longest and best. The action, political incorrectness, and wide-eyed innocence and ignorance is non-stop in this exciting medieval times novel. The Company's archers sail for Constantinople to join the fight against the Orthodox army attempting to re-establish the Byzantine Empire with the help of the Venetians. Richar This is an all-new story from Martin Archer. It is his longest and best. The action, political incorrectness, and wide-eyed innocence and ignorance is non-stop in this exciting medieval times novel. The Company's archers sail for Constantinople to join the fight against the Orthodox army attempting to re-establish the Byzantine Empire with the help of the Venetians. Richard arrives from England and takes his horse archers out to delay and harry the invaders. George returns from Rome and is wounded escaping an assassination attempt by the Venetians, his men work feverishly to strengthen the city's defenses, and an alchemist joins the Company. William, Henry, and Harold come out of retirement when the Company's retirees are summoned to help because every man is needed. This is Martin Archer's greatest and longest story in the continuing saga of Cornwall's Company of Archers at the dawn of Britain's military supremacy and the rise of its great merchant companies. It is an action-packed tale with a sprinkling of Candide, Sancho Panza, and Flashman to reflect the realities and ignorances of medieval life. The first book in the series, "The Archer," is available on Amazon as an ebook, in print, as audio book, and as part of the a collection of the first six books of the saga entitled "The Archers Story: Part I."

30 review for Fatal Mistakes: Medieval England Historical Fiction (Company of Archers Book 20)

  1. 5 out of 5

    antony

    FATAL MISTAKES Martin Archer The archers set out to take on a significant foe, because that is what they do. This is the 20th instalment of these books and story hasn’t let up for a minute. The characters are great and the foreshadowing is great. What’s more, the Archers always get their revenge. It’s written in the code you agree to when you make your mark. I have totally run out of superlatives to describes these tales. Of all the series I have been following this is the one l look forward to the FATAL MISTAKES Martin Archer The archers set out to take on a significant foe, because that is what they do. This is the 20th instalment of these books and story hasn’t let up for a minute. The characters are great and the foreshadowing is great. What’s more, the Archers always get their revenge. It’s written in the code you agree to when you make your mark. I have totally run out of superlatives to describes these tales. Of all the series I have been following this is the one l look forward to the most. I love how the archers do not suffer fool, I love how they always step up to the plate, I love how they respond to injustice. These books are always easy reading, but with underlying tension or excitement. The narrative is always descriptive and interesting. I always say I can’t wait for the next one and it’s true again. You’ll know what’s I mean if you get this book and read it. Hurry up and finish the next one Martin Archer, I mean it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Don Thompson

    Great, Great, more and more , faster @ faster, can't get enough. Yes I highly recomend it to any history loving adventurer lover. Great story and charcters. Just keep it going. Thanks Great, Great, more and more , faster @ faster, can't get enough. Yes I highly recomend it to any history loving adventurer lover. Great story and charcters. Just keep it going. Thanks

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Curran

    another good story the continuing saga of the english archers is an interesting tale and martin archer is an engaging writer. the book is also well edited with few grammatical errors and none of the misnaming which is prevalent in todays ebooks.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Johnnie Luciano

    Once again.a Great Read As it has become a really great story written to keep your attention and to keep reading for the next show to drop. I enjoy this book as much as the first one.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Michael Merry

    Excellent as usual Good story where it does not always go well for the archers for a change. Well worth a read. Would recommend to all.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Donald

    Yet Another Yet another excellent tale of t he Archers! Somewhat different but as always interesting & fun to read. Looking forward to the next story in this series!

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    James

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    Charles Robinson

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    steve

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    michael w. geary

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    Larry Nowlin

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    Sarah W Saunders

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    Magic Johnson

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    Randolph G. Richardson

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    Nicholas Wishek

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sparkiepete

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