The Highwayman's Cave by Neil Tisdale
The Fantastic and Romantic Adventures of a Shropshire Legend

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"This is an adventure story based on the real-life escapades of a fourteenth-century robber-knight. Humphrey Kynaston, who was born into an aristocratic family, became the rebel, the black sheep of the family, preferring company in the local inns and gambling dens. Outlawed he escapes to live in a cave. Here he lives with his infamous and legendary horse, protected by the local peasantry. Disowned and disinherited by his father, he resorts to robbing the wealthy merchants who pass along the road. He rewards the local peasants who protect him.

Fantastic tales abound about his adventures and amazing feats. His horse is endowed with magical powers, aiding him to avoid capture by the authorities. This is the tale of his quest for adventure and romance on the wrong side of the law."
 

About Neil Tisdale

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Neil Tisdale grew up in Shropshire and has always had a keen interest in local legends and folklore. He has lived in many different places in the UK and travelled to many places in the world, but something always seems to bring him back to the countryside of Shropshire. At present, he lives in Oswestry, less than ten miles from the famous cave where the outlawed highwayman escaped to and spent much of his life. The author still visits Olde Three Pigeons in Nesscliffe, to drink a quiet toast to the memory of the outlaw.
 
Published May 16, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 111 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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