The Bowford Boy

Robert Marshall
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Genre: Historical Fiction. Format: Multiple. Views: This Week 60, Total 60.

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The English civil war, between the King and Parliament was raging over the length and breadth of England; each side gaining a small victory, but neither side being decisive. Until, on a field, not far from the city of York, at a small village called Marston which sat on the edge of a moor, there was at last a decisive victory and one that is known in history as ‘The Battle of Marston Moor’. Thomas Cromwell aided by Lord Fairfax, his more than able General, finally had the victory they needed.

Jack Bowford and Elizabeth Downes were the two people who spied for Cromwell and gathered vital information which proved to be both hazardous and frightening for two such young people.
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