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Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Will in Scarlet by Matthew Cody

Will in ScarletWill in Scarlet  What is that suppose to mean? Could it mean that Will is using his mother's maiden name (Scarlet) instead of his father's surname, the lord of Shackley Manor? Could it mean that Will is blushing during his quick, forced transition from boyhood to manhood? Could it mean the rage for revenge to Sir Guy for taking over the Shackley Manor?

In 1192, Will meets up with the Merry Men and Robin Hood because he is forced to flee to Sherwood Forest. He has to find out the hard way that villainy is not easily recognized. His skill in using a sword helps protects himself and others. If you think that there are only boys and men in this books, you might want to reconsider your guess. This is the real deal - an action-packed historical fiction.

* Rebecca Caudill 2016 Award Nominee *

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