Mark of the Legion: A Hopfield Tale

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Mike Evers, Nov 9, 2013 - 63 pages
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Bentham Cawley enjoys and quiet and humdrum life as a monk at the Brotherhood of the Resurrection in Hopfield, Yorkshire.  But this is all about to change - when he unwillingly embarks on the monastery's new friendship programme and meets remarkable octogenarian Ernest Teale.

 

Just how does Ernest know so much about the past, and how is he connected to the legendary but doomed Roman Ninth Legion? 

 

Some secrets wait centuries to be unlocked...

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Mike Evers often taps out stuff on his keyboard in the fantasy, urban fantasy and paranormal genres: a habit which his wife finds fairly amusing - and sometimes a little bit strange.

His latest book, The Hopfield Tales, is now available. It is a trilogy of three novellas - The Spirit Archer, Campaign of the Gods and Mark of the Legion.

Mike's debut novel, The Chaosifier, is also available on Amazon, where it is ambushing unsuspecting fans of contemporary fantasy with its general mischief and mayhem.

Mike's educational background is in History, International Conflict Analysis and Education. He is qualified as a teacher in ESOL and Adult Literacy, and lives and works in West Yorkshire. He's married to a long-suffering wife, Joanne, and they have a young son called Joseph.

Follow on Twitter: @Mike_Evers

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