A Traitor's Fate

A Traitor's Fate

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Rebels & Brothers began with Feud. Now the story continues in A Traitor's Fate. Peace never lasts... It is 1464. Ned Elder and his family have won a hard-fought peace and their feud with the Radcliffes seems long over, but one man never accepted the outcome. After three bitter years of waiting to destroy the Elders, a new ally provides him with a fresh opportunity for revenge. When Ned is summoned to confront a Lancastrian revolt by the new king, Edward of York, he finds his enemies are not just amongst the ranks of the rebels. Branded a traitor by his own commander, the Earl of Warwick, Ned is soon a wanted man in hostile territory and the price on his head only rises when he stumbles upon a royal secret. Unaware that Ned is on the run, his sisters, Eleanor and Emma, watch over Ned's pregnant wife, Amelie. The feud may have ended, but the scars run deep for all three women. With only a small garrison of old men and boys to protect them, they must hold their nerve and prepare to defend themselves at any cost. Ned must find a way to escape his pursuers or else the whole Elder family will be destroyed.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 540 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 28mm | 522g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1494941848
  • 9781494941840
  • 3,260,685

About Derek Birks

Derek was born in Hampshire in England but spent his teenage years in Auckland, New Zealand where he still has strong family ties. For many years he taught history in a secondary school in Berkshire but took early retirement several years ago to concentrate on his writing. Apart from writing, he spends his time gardening, travelling, walking and taking part in archaeological digs at a Roman villa. Derek is interested in a wide range of historical themes but his particular favourite is the later Medieval period. His debut historical novel, Feud, is set in the period of the Wars of the Roses and is the first of a series of stories following the fortunes of the fictional Elder family. He aims to write action packed fiction which is rooted in accurate history.
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