The King's Man

The King's Man

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How well do you know the story of the real King Richard III? It's April 1483, and the death of his brother King Edward IV has turned the life of Richard, Duke of Gloucester upside down, and with it that of his 13-year-old page Matthew Wansford. Banished from Middleham Castle and his friends, Matt must make a new life for himself alone in London. But danger and intrigue lie in wait on the road as he rides south with Duke Richard to meet the new boy king, Edward V - and new challenges and old enemies confront them in the city.As the Year of the Three Kings unfolds - and plots, rebellions, rumours, death and battles come fast one upon the other - Matt must decide where his loyalties lie. What will the future bring for him, his friends and his much-loved master? And can Matt and the Order of the White Boar heed their King's call on the day of his greatest need? 'The King's Man', the eagerly awaited sequel to 'The Order of the White Boar', continues the story of Richard Plantagenet for readers aged 10 to 110.Praise for 'The Order of the White Boar' and 'The King's Man' 'A wonderful work of historical fiction . . . altogether a very enjoyable book for both children and adults.' Isabel Green, 'Ricardian Bulletin' of the Richard III Society 'This engaging and exciting story has the power to captivate readers of any age . . . extremely well researched and a pleasure to read.' Wendy Johnson, member of the Looking for Richard Project 'A really gripping historical novel . . . well written, vivid and absorbing.' E. Flanagan, author of 'Eden Summer''Exciting and appealing, accurate and well-researched . . . I can honestly see this becoming a classic.' Joanne R. Larner, author of 'Richard Liveth Yet' 'Finally! A book that has been written for a younger audience, which brings to life, through the eyes of a young boy, the just and fair leader that Richard III truly was.' Richard III's Loyal Supporters 'A brilliant, gripping, heart-wrenching sequel.' Jennifer Emerson Find Matt and Alex on Facebook at Alex Marchant Author, on Twitter @AlexMarchant84 and @whiteboarorder, and on WordPress @AlexMarchantBlog.And coming soon: the third book in the 'Order of the White Boar' sequence - follow Alex on social media to find out more!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 280 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 16mm | 304g
  • English
  • 1717276199
  • 9781717276193
  • 3,313,971

About Alex Marchant

A Ricardian since a teenager, and following stints as an archaeologist and in publishing, Alex now lives and works in King Richard's own country, not far from his beloved York and Middleham. Much of 'The Order of the White Boar' was 'seen' and 'heard' while striding over the nearby heather-clad moors with a loyal hound, 'rescued' in the golden summer of 2012, who the family Olympically named Milli Mo Ennis Ohuruogu . . . Murray - Milli for short.
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