Coffee Pot Blog Tour: The Devil's Crossing by Hana Cole




Welcome Readers! Today, we are a spotlight stop on the Coffee Pot Blog Tour, featuring The Devil's Crossing by Hana Cole. The plot is intriguing and rich in history; Crusades, Heretics and Inquisitions! If you can judge a book by it's cover, this one is going to be fantastic!

First the details:


The Devil's Crossing by Hana Cole
Publication date: April 22nd 2020
Genre: Historical Fiction
Publisher: Sharpe Books
Print Length: 265 pages 

About the Author:

Hana Cole is a novelist and historian. Born in Essex to an Anglo-Italian family, she studied economics at the London School of Economics and history at Oxford where she gained her Masters. After living in Italy for several years, she travelled widely in the Middle East and India before returning to the UK. She has worked as a film subtitle translator, financial analyst and a yoga teacher. She now lives in Manningtree, Essex in the UK with her husband, daughter and two cats.



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Blurb from The Devil's Cross:

1212. The Chartrain, France.

Gui is a troubled priest who has been shielding his secret family for years.

Agnes, his beloved, is a falsely-accused heretic he rescued from the Inquisition’s pyre. 

Their son Etienne, unaware of his father’s true identity, is coming of age. Tired of his lowly shepherd’s life, he seeks adventure. The Crusade is the perfect opportunity to prove himself to the world.  He has no reason to suspect the men offering him passage overseas are not what they seem.

Discovering that Etienne has been sold into slavery, Gui and Agnes set off to find him. If Gui is ever to tell his son the truth, he must give up his comfortable compromises and fight the battle of his life against the institution he has served devoutly. 
 
Meanwhile, Agnes guards a secret of her own; she must face her past in a confrontation with the venal Amaury, Lord of Maintenon, that will either set her free or claim her life. 

If they are to save their son and expose the slave trade, they must risk everything to overcome the powerful enemies who will stop at nothing to protect their positions and silence them.  







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  1. Thank you so much for hosting the blog tour for The Devil's Crossing.

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