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    Brothers of the sword

    As usual Glynnis Campbell's books are so enjoyable they can't be put down, to get them in as a full on series was great as I did not have to go looking for the follow ups, great writing.
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    Knights de Ware

    Loved this anthology. Duncan, Holden and Garth have all the requisite nobility in spades and their ladies are feisty and strong and, boy, do they lead their men on merry chases. Just wondering though - in "The Handfasting" the de Wares lived in France but these de Wares live in England and Scotland. I'll assume that because this anthology is set after John lost England's holdings in France that the prequel must be set well before that and the de Wares must have had holdings in both Britain and France and came back to Britain after France was lost.
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