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    Winter Pilgrims: Kingmaker, Book 1 | Toby Clements

    Winter Pilgrims: Kingmaker, Book 1

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    • By Toby Clements
    • Narrated By Jack Hawkins
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    February 1460. In the bitter dawn of a winter’s morning, a young man and a woman escape from a priory. In fear for their lives, they are forced to flee across a land ravaged by conflict. For this is the Wars of the Roses, one of the most savage and bloody civil wars in history. Where brother confronts brother, king faces king, and Thomas and Katherine must fight just to stay alive....

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    Broken Faith | Toby Clements

    Broken Faith

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    • By Toby Clements
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    Set during England's bloody and brutal War of the Roses, this is the second novel in an epic historical fiction series. If you liked Conn Iggulden's Stormbird, you will love Toby Clements' Kingmaker novels. October 1463. England is a divided nation. In the north the Lancastrian king struggles to hold power while in the south the princes of the house of York prepare for war.

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    Divided Souls: Kingmaker, Book 3 | Toby Clements

    Divided Souls: Kingmaker, Book 3

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    Lent, 1469. The recent wars between the House of York and the House of Lancaster seem over. The Yorkist King Edward sits on his throne in Westminster while the Lancastrian claimants are in exile or under lock and key in the Tower. But within the family of York, there is discord. The Earl of Warwick conspires against his king, and while to one another's faces they are all smiles, their household men speak in lies and whispers. No man comes to court unarmed.

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