The Polish Cavalier
Joseph E. Barrera
With the help of special armor, a singing sword, and a magnificent horse, a 15 year old boy saves Poland from an invasion by 10,000 Mongol horsemen.
In present day Poland a trumpeter appears every hour in a tower of St. Mary's Cathedral in Krakow and sounds an alarm which is abruptly halted, signifying when a Tartar arrow strikes him in the throat in 1341. This is the approximate time of when this story takes place.
Joseph E. Barrera is a graduate of Fresno State University and attended Hastings and Lincoln colleges of law. He is a father and grandfather, was an infantryman in Vietnam, and is a retired probation officer.
He is the author of a war novel, "Confessions of a Golden Dragon"; as well as upcoming children's books titled "The Headless Wolf", "Brownylocks and the Two Coyotes", and "The Elfin Bell".
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