'It attacks all the problems which have gathered around Arthur and the Grail legend, and makes what is perhaps the first coherant and cogent narrative out of the whole tangle' OBSERVER'Geoffrey Ashe is a shaker of establishment archaeology and ancient history and as such does scholars a good service' GLYN DANIEL'Crisp, imaginative and contemporary ... a book that will madden the academic historian and delight the common reader
About Joyce Latham
The late Joyce Latham was well known in the Forest of Dean for herverses, which often appeared in local newspapers and have been published in two collections - Puzzle Wood and other poems and Poemsof a Forester.
Where I Belong: A Forest of Dean Childhood in the 1930s by Joyce Latham
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