The Nightingale Gallery (Sorrowful Mysteries of Brother Athelstan)

Author: Paul Doherty

In 1376, the famed Black Prince died of a terrible rotting sickness, closely followed by his father, King Edward III. The crown of England is left in the hands of a mere boy, the future Richard II, and the great nobles gather like hungry wolves round the empty throne. A terrible power struggle threatens the country, and one of London’s powerful merchant princes is foully m….Read More

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