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When Sir Alan de Buxhall KG, Constable of the Tower of London to King Edward III and then Richard II, wants a “discreet” deed done he always calls in his distant relative, Geffrey ðe Wulf, the most trusted of his Household Archers.Wulf, as he is often called, fought for Sir Alan during the knight’s years fighting in France, but in his later years Wulf has joined the Tower garrison. When not on duty at the Tower he retires to his farm at Half-Farthing near Wandsworth in Surrey. When doing dark deeds that the Constable does not want directly credited to him, Wulf is often supported by some of the other rather disreputable members of Sir Alan’s Tower garrison. However, when on a task such as rescuing a fellow Lollard, the infamous John Ball, from the clutches of the Archbishop of Canterbury, he prefers to have his young nephew Gareth Robertson as his companion.So slip into the – at times murky and violent – world of Medieval England, where prisoners escape from the Tower of London, bows mysteriously break, and an upstart warlord wants to blackmail members of the French King’s court.