Two unlikely English heroes are swept up in an epic and bloody sea battle that will change history. PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED AS CLASH OF EMPIRES: THE RED SEA.
1571. Chained to a slave galley in the heart of the Mediterranean, it seems that English adventurers Ingoldsby and Hodge might have finally run out of luck. But as former Knights of St John, they've survived worse, and while the men around them drop dead at their oars, they're determined to escape.
By a miracle of fate, they find their way back to dry land and freedom - but unable to return home. With the Ottoman Empire set on strangling the crusading Christian power before it can take root, hostilities between East and West - Muslim and Christian - are vicious and deadly.
And as the sun rises on one day in October, five hours of bloodshed will change the course of history. Once again, the two Englishmen find themselves living on borrowed time...
PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED AS CLASH OF EMPIRES: THE RED SEA
About the Author
William Napier was born in 1965 and educated in Cheltenham, Oxford and London. He is the author of Clash of Empires: The Great Siege (retitled as THE LAST CRUSADERS: GREAT SIEGE) and the bestselling ATILLA trilogy. He lives in Dorset and travels widely.