Hunted by Christopher Russell

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Brind, who was raised with Sir Edmund's pack of hunting dogs, is the huntsman of Dowe Manor. Together with his best friend, the mastiff Glaive, and the rest of the pack, he protects Sir Edmund, Lady Beatrice, and their foster daughter, Aurélie.

But suddenly a tragedy strikes, one that Brind cannot prevent. In a fit of grief, Sir Edmund throws Brind, Glaive, and Aurélie—and her puppy, Gabion—out of the manor. Everywhere they turn, the vicious and lethal Black Death closely follows, as though they are bringing it with them. Can they evade this invisible enemy, as well as the angry mobs, the rogue soldiers, and the other sinister figures now threatening them? Glaive and Gabion—born to hunt, not to be hunted—may be their only chance for survival. Plague-bringers or not, Brind and Aurélie will never stop fighting to keep themselves—and their small family—alive.


About Christopher Russell

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Christopher Russell is a full-time scriptwriter who has worked on numerous television and radio programs. He is the author of "Dogboy", the first book about Brind and Glaive. He lives with his wife on the Isle of Wight in England.
Published May 1, 2007 by HarperCollins. 272 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, War, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The friar’s lies—that French servant Aurelie’s a witch, Gabion a “hellhound” and Brind, accursed “Plague Bringer”—make Edmund banish the children, Gabion and Glaive.

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