Saturday, 1 November 2008

A first look at 'A Knight's Captive'

My next Kensington book doesn't appear until the spring, but I've just been sent the cover and I can't wait to share it with you!

The story is set in 1066 and I'll tell you more later about the Breton warrior Marc de Sens and his young lady Sunniva, their pilgrimage to Durham, a set of juggler's knives and a little matter of the Norman invasion of England.

Right now I'll just say that A Knight's Captive is due from Kensington Zebra in April 2009 and you can pre-order it now from Amazon, Borders or Barnes and Noble.

8 comments:

Margaret Tanner said...

Hi Lindsay,
Faulous cover. What a thrill for you. Sounds like a great story. Interesting era.
Regards
Margaret

Lindsay Townsend said...

Thanks, Margaret! It was a joy to write!Best wishes, Lindsay

LK Hunsaker said...

Beautiful cover! That should pull some attention. ;-)

Lindsay Townsend said...

Thank you, L K. I certainly hope so!

Linda Banche said...

Great cover. From your description, sounds like you have everything in the book: love, war, a journey. A book to look for when it comes out.

Lindsay Townsend said...

Thanks, Linda! I found the story had lots of elements I really enjoyed - plus high stakes.

Savanna Kougar said...

Omygosh! Lindsay, I love that cover! He does have a big sword, but I have a thing for 'swords' ~ yes, swords ~ I've always wanted one, actually...
Congrats!

Lindsay Townsend said...

Hi Savanna! Thanks! I've love to have a sword, too! (Or a bow and arrows.)