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Will longs to be a knight, like his older brother Gavin. Then he could ride a charger, fight bravely in the Crusades for King Richard, and win the heart of a fair maiden. All he needs is a horse. And when he chooses one, he chooses well - a small chestnut stallion with a blaze on its forehead. There's something different about Hosanna - but Will doesn't kw how important Hosanna will be to him, to his family, even to Saladin. In the Holy Land, Will learns that being a knight is bloody, brutal and often terrifying. His father is killed, his brother desperately injured, and Will finds himself closer to his enemy than he ever expected - but his small chestnut horse teaches him what it really means to be brave, to be ble, and to be fair.
Katie Grant, a writer for the Scotsman newspaper, is one of Scotland's best known political journalists. She lives in Glasgow with her husband and two sons. Blood Red Horse is her stunning debut novel.