Book Three in The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam. Finalist, 50 Self-Published Books Worth Reading. When everyone you trust turns against you, what do you do? Dragon slayer of renown, Robin, King Bewilliam, has bested both man and beast to battle his way back to the Chalklands and reunite with his sons, but discord threatens the kingdom’s hard-won peace and prosperity. War breaks out and Robin finds that there is no one he can trust, not even his closest knights. Fighting for his throne pits him against a shocking, unsuspected rival. With his own life and lives of all his imperiled subjects at stake, Robin faces off against his fiercest enemy in mortal combat.
All I can say is "WOW". I just completed the reading of The King's Redress, the third in The Lost King series by Devorah Fox. I previously read the first two books in the Lost King series and found the story-line to be most enjoyable and spellbinding. In The King's Redress, wrongs suffered in the first book, The Lost King, with redress being sought in that book and the second, The King's Ransom, were ultimately made right and questions were answered that were lingering. Well, one of my questions remains unanswered and I believe such will be resolved in a fourth book. I certainly hope such is the case, anyway. Ms. Fox has used her extensive knowledge of the times in which the characters in this series lived, loved and fought to present a story that should appeal to everyone with an interest in historical fiction. I also read Naked Came the Sharks by the same author and found it to be just as spell-binding, although the setting is contemporary and, therefore, much different than the Lost King novels. The bottom-line is that this author's talent is note-worthy.