Richard Duke of York is dead, his ambitions in ruins, his head spiked on the walls of the city. King Henry VI is still held prisoner. His Lancastrian Queen rides south with an army of victorious northerners, accompanied by painted warriors from the Scottish Highlands. With the death of York, Margaret and her army seem unstoppable.
Two men may claim a crown. But only one can wear it . . .
Winter 1461- Richard Duke of York's head is on a spike.
As the Lancastrian Queen Margaret rides south with her victorious army she seeks to free her captured husband, King Henry VI.
With the death of York, her army appears invincible. Yet in killing the father, Margaret has unleashed the sons.
Edward of March, now Duke of York, proclaims himself England's king. Brother confronts brother. King faces king.
And blood will run deep in English soil . . .
A powerful, harrowing novel of war, grief, love and betrayal.' Sunday Express
'Sure-footed, pacy, gore-splattered . . . rings absolutely true.' Daily Mail
Conn Iggulden is one of the most successful authors of historical fiction writing today. Following the Sunday Times bestsellers Stormbird and Trinity, Bloodline is the third book in his superb new series set during the Wars of the Roses, a remarkable period of British history. He has written two previous historical series.
Iggulden is in a class of his own when it comes to epic, historical fiction Daily Mirror Superbly plotted and paced The Times Conn breathes new life into the darkest and most dramatic of times, with a flair for both the huge scale and human interest of it all Star Exceptionally well-written and gripping Stylist Compelling reading Woman and Home A page-turning thriller Mail on Sunday Pacey and juicy, and packed with action Sunday Times
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