Hand of the King's Evil

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Berkley Publishing Group, 2003 - Fiction - 256 pages
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When the daughter of the King's Shadow is kidnapped on her wedding night, her husband Hasan, war-leader of the desert Sharai, will stop at nothing to save her, but his mission is hindered by a strange preacher whose zombie-like followers have a secret agenda. Original.

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User Review  - salimbol - LibraryThing

Very solid conclusion to the Outremer trilogy. I read the first two books many years ago (this gap is not reflective of their quality, it's just me being slack!); my memory of plot details is a little ... Read full review

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User Review  - Melisende - LibraryThing

Whilst the trilogy was long in the reading, I enjoyed it as I knew it was loosely based upon a reality. Those not familiar with the Crusades would find this - and its sister books - a little tedious. Read full review


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CHAZ BRENCHLEY has been making a living as a writer since he was eighteen. He is the author of nine thrillers, most recently "Shelter" and two fantasy series, "The Books of Outremer" and "Selling Water by the River". As Daniel Fox he has published a Chinese-based fantasy series, beginning with "Dragon in Chains", as Ben Macallan, an urban fantasy, "Desdaemona". A British Fantasy Award winner, he has also published books for children and more than 500 short stories in various genres. His time as crimewriter-in-residence on a sculpture project in Sunderland resulted in the collection "Blood Waters".

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