The people may be more dangerous than the beasts in the third book of The Traitor Son Cycle, following The Red Knight and The Fell Sword, an epic tale of magic and mercenaries, war and depravity, politics and intrigue.
Some are born to power. Some seize it. And some have the wisdom never to wield it.
The Red Knight has stood against soldiers, armies and the might of an empire without flinching. He's fought on real and magical battlefields alike, and now he's facing one of the greatest challenges yet. A tournament.
A joyous spring event, the flower of the nobility will ride against each other for royal favor and acclaim. It's a political contest -- one which the Red Knight has the skill to win. But the stakes may be higher than he thinks. The court of Alba has been infiltrated by a dangerous faction of warlike knights, led by the greatest knight in the world: Jean de Vrailly -- and the prize he's fighting for isn't royal favor, but the throne of Alba itself...
Read the action-packed third book in the Traitor Son Cycle.
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Miles Cameron is a full time writer who lives in Canada with his family. He also writes historical fiction under another name. The Traitor Son Cycle series is his fantasy debut.Review:
"I cannot recommend the Traitor Son Cycle enough... amazing."―SF Signal on The Fell Sword
"The Red Knight is an excellent debut...will only get better as the series progresses...you will be won by the intricate story and sophisticated world building."―Fantasy Book Critic on The Red Knight
"Promising historical fantasy debut featuring an expansive cast, an engaging plot, and a detailed eye for combat."―The Ranting Dragon on The Red Knight
"Literate, intelligent and well-thought-out...a pleasingly complex and greatly satisfying novel."―SFF World on The Red Knight
"A rousing read."―SF Signal on The Red Knight
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