THE KING’S SON: A crown, so easily won, can be lost in a heartbeat by Darren Harris

THE KING’S SON: A crown, so easily won, can be lost in a heartbeat

by Darren Harris


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THE KING’S SON: A crown, so easily won, can be lost in a heartbeat by Darren Harris
The Wars of the Roses reach their climax as two armies clash in a battle to decide who will ultimately win the crown of England. Richard of Eastwell’s fate hangs in the balance. He is the illegitimate son of King Richard III and one of the last to carry the Plantagenet name and bloodline. If his father wins the forthcoming battle with Henry Tudor he will be rewarded with titles and riches, if his father loses, he will be hunted down as a fugitive and outlaw.

Richard is given a gold ring by the king and told, if the battle is lost, to seek out a goldsmith in London who is the spider at the centre of a web; a fellowship of knights and nobles sworn to help each other, whose loyalty extends beyond that of royal factions.

If Henry Tudor triumphs, he will have the support of a kingdom and its army. Yet there are those who would wish to see a Tudor king overthrown and a king from the house of York returned to the English throne; but even allied together, could they bring down Henry Tudor and allow Richard to exact revenge upon the men who would betray his father and take his crown?

A crown, so easily won, can be lost in a heartbeat.
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