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The Wolf of Midnight (Tintagel Book III)

The Wolf of Midnight (Tintagel Book III)

THE WOLF OF MIDNIGHT is the thrilling final instalment in M. K. Hume’s Tintagel trilogy, not to be missed by fans of George R R Martin and Bernard Cornwell. This gripping conclusion takes readers on a journey of bravery and brutality within tribal Britain and throughout the Roman Empire: a world of bloody battlefields, evil machinations, honour, ambition and greed.

When Flavius Constantine, the High King of Britannia, is killed and his eldest son and heir Constans, is murdered, the path lies clear for Vortigern to seize the throne.

Only Queen Severa’s young sons, Ambrosius and Uther, stand in the way of Vortigern’s evil plan. Sensing the boys are in mortal danger, Constantine’s loyal Decurion, Paulus, and Severa’s beloved brother, Pridenow, smuggle the infants into exile.

Meanwhile, Queen Severa is forced to endure Vortigern’s relentless brutality in her desperate bid to hold together the fractured throne. But she is no match for the Wolf of Midnight and it is only in the fullness of time that her sons will return to Britannia to claim the throne and fulfil their destiny…
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Myth & Legend Told As Fiction

On Sale: 28th June 2018

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781472215864

Reviews

Hume brings the bloody, violent, conniving world vividly to life...will appeal to those who thrill to Game of Thrones and other tales of intersecting, ever-warring, noble lineages
Kirkus Review
Exciting, violent and bloody... Up there with Conn Iggulden and Bernard Cornwell
www.lovereading.co.uk
Historical fiction of the most bloodthirsty and roistering kind
Australian Bookseller & Publishers Magazine
It's a slice of history that's totally, utterly believable. Magnificent
www.booksmonthly.co.uk
Hume deftly navigates the Arthurian legends, populating them with likable and despicable characters, and casting them in a fully realized historical setting
Publishers Weekly