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Submitted by: Candace L. Bowser
Nigellus Trudefeu stood as one of the most respected Knights in the Poor Order of Templar Knights stationed at the small Templar stronghouse outside of Susa. A lucrative arrangement with the Sultan Amshere allows the Knights to escort wealthy noblemen and their familes to view the strange and mystic ruins that lay within the desert. As one of the many routes of the Crusades, the Susa outpost is a mecca for weary travelers. But when Amshere approaches Henric, the senior member of the Templars about Nigellus and his brother escorting a caravan, Nigellus is leary. He is conflicted by what his senses tell him when he meets with the Sultan. The deal is a lucrative one for the Order, and so Nigellus concedes to do what is best for the Order her serves. The journey is one full of peril as Sher-al -Semit follows the two Templar Knights, ever vigilant in the distance as he waits. Little do the brothers know what they will encounter or what they will be forced to endure as unforetold battles loom in the distance that they could not have forseen. When Nigellus discovers the contents of the caravan are not what Amshere led him to believe, Nigellus questions what he must do. Should he follow his heart, the heart of a Knight with convictions strong and true, or should he honor the promise he made before God which will fund the Order of Templar Knights for many years to come? Peril, battle, and dangerous creatures all await them, all on the road to Kashmir.
Kashmir is available at http://www.lulu.com as both hardback and softcover first editions as well as http://www.amazon.com . It is also available as a download. Be sure to stop by my website at http://www.candacebowser.webnode.com to get insight into my next work and the availibility of other released novels including the Origins Vampire Trilogy, Mantis Pray for Death, and the Mirror. A brief exerp from Kashmir is available to read there as well.
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Candace L. Bowser is a freelance fiction author. Her first published work, Origins Blood in the Sand was published in Feb. 2010. Since then she has published twelve novels. She wrote for the PRS of Kansas City during the 1990's and has chosen to write exclusively with AKGMAG to share her experiences in the publishing world and help other authors. She currently resides in Kansas City with her husband.