The White Hawk (II)

The White Hawk (II) : Loyalty

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"A Warwick! A Warwick!" England, 1470. The Earl of Warwick has fled England and the wrath of his former friend, King Edward of York. Barred from entering Calais, he turns to piracy and attacking merchant ships in the Channel. The surviving members of the Bolton family have also fled their homes in England. Landless and condemned as traitors, they follow Warwick to France and the court of Margaret of Anjou, who has lived in exile since the destruction of the Lancastrian army at Towton. Desperate to regain power, Warwick sends James Bolton with a message to Margaret, his old enemy, offering to forge an alliance with her and overthrow King Edward. Together they plan to restore the mad Henry VI, who has been a prisoner for ten years in the Tower of London. Warwick gathers a new army from the surviving Lancastrian nobles, and begins to assemble an invasion fleet. King Edward must keep one eye on this threat, while also coping with fresh rumours of conspiracy and rebellion in the north. The peace in England is once again shattered as the war-drums beat and the banners unfurl for the final death-struggle between the rival Houses of Lancaster and York. Part III of The White Hawk chronicles the further adventures of the Boltons, caught up in a conflict not of their own making, and forced to play their part by powers beyond their control. The White Hawk (II): Loyalty is a new edition, previously published as The White Hawk (III): Restoration.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 312 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 17mm | 417g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508506965
  • 9781508506966

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