St. Louis Author Brings New Life to Medieval Legend

St. Louis, MO, June 08, 2007 --( St. Louis novelist Edward Philip White gives a fresh twist to the timeless Robin Hood tales by sending the legendary hero’s daughter on the Fifth Crusade in his first release, Song of Sherwood.

Raven of Locksley’s romantic adventures touch upon deep matters of faith against the backdrop of Christianity’s two most troubling historical escapades; the Crusades and the Holy Inquisition.

With endearing characters and plenty of gripping fast-paced action, the author hopes Song of Sherwood will touch readers spiritually while they are entertained. The book is published independently through a print-on-demand company and available through the author’s website,

Link to publication:

About the Author

Edward Philip White resides in St. Louis, Mo., with his wife and children. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Washington University in 1998. Since 1999 he has worked professionally as a non-fiction writer focused on fundraising for education.

Song of Sherwood is the first in a trilogy with book two, The Quest for Prester John, to be released in 2007. Book three, The Fountain of Goliath, will be released in 2008.

Edward Philip White