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The Du Lac Chronicles

(Book 1 of The Du Lac Chronicles)

By Mary Anne Yarde

Publication Date: twenty first February 2016

Publisher: Independently Publishing 

Page Length: 317 Pages

Genre: Historical Fiction / Historical Fantasy / Historical Romance

A era after Arthur Pendragon dominated, Briton lies fragmented into warring kingdoms and principalities.

Eighteen-year-old Alden du Lac dominated the tiny kingdom of Cerniw. Now he half-hangs from a picket pole, his again lashed right into a mass of bloody welts uncovered to the chilly of a merciless winter evening. He’s to be executed come dawn—ought to he survive that lengthy.

When Alden notices the shadowy determine approaching, he assumes dying has come to finish his ache. Instead, the daughter of his enemy, Cerdic of Wessex, frees and hides him, her motives unclear.

Annis has beloved Alden since his ill-fated marriage to her Saxon cousin—a wedding that led to blood and guilt—and he or she would give something to guard him. Annis’s rescue of Alden traps them between a brutal Saxon king and Alden’s remaining allies. Meanwhile, unknown forces are fastidiously manipulating the ruins of Arthur’s legacy.

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Mary Anne Yarde

Mary Anne Yarde is the multi award-winning writer of the International Bestselling Series — The Du Lac Chronicles. Set a era after the autumn of King Arthur, The Du Lac Chronicles takes you on a journey by Dark Age Britain and Brittany, the place you’ll meet new pals and terrifying foes. Based on legends and historic truth, The Du Lac Chronicles is a collection to not be missed.

Born in Bath, England, Mary Anne Yarde grew up within the southwest of England, surrounded and influenced by centuries of historical past and mythology. Glastonbury–the fabled Isle of Avalon–was a mere fifteen-minute drive from her house, and tales of King Arthur and his knights had been half of her childhood.

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