Paul Meachair has had a varied career. He went to sea at 16, travelled and photographed much of the world. He lived in Gibraltar, managing a gymnasium then moved to Greece for two years. Later, he worked in Australia a year. Returning to the UK, he studied photography and media having illustrated article success and exhibitions. He began writing full time some time before retiring, sports psychology, a couple of novellas along with script writing and is about to finish another historical novel.
The Sword of Calais
1536. Henry VIII schemes to be rid of his wife to marry another. Anne Boleyn is found guilty of her sins and the king sends to Calais for Europe’s best sword executioner.Jean Rombaud will be paid 100 crowns, a huge sum which will help him establish the fencing school he has always desired. With Ra...