Dragon’s Lair


Author: Sharon Kay Penman

July 1193: Richard Lionheart, eldest and most favored son of Dowager Queen Eleanor, languishes in a German dungeon, held for ransom by the Holy Roman Emperor. In England, his brother John, desperate for the crown, plots with the King of France to make sure Richard never leaves his prison alive. But the Queen has already begun to meet the ransom demands. It is only a matter….Read More

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