Lords Of The White Castle

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Little, Brown Book Group, Dec 9, 2010 - Fiction - 688 pages
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A violent quarrel with the future King John destroys the young Fulke FitzWarin's greatest ambition: to become Lord of the White Castle. Instead of accepting his fate, Fulke rebels. But the danger pursuing Fulke reaches new heights as he begins a passionate love affair with Maude Walter - the wealthy widow chosen by John himself.

Negotiating a maze of deceit, treachery and shifting alliances, Fulke's route to success is fraught. And when the turmoil of the Magna Carta rebellion combines with a shocking tragedy, everything Fulke has fought for is thrown into the path of destruction.

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Review: Lords of the White Castle (FitzWarin #2)

User Review  - Krista Baetiong Tungol - Goodreads

Lords of the White Castle sums up forty years of Fulke FitzWarin's (Fulk III) life, beginning from his days as a squire to the years he had spent as an outlaw. His actual life story was so renowned he ... Read full review

Review: Lords of the White Castle (FitzWarin #2)

User Review  - Nimue Brown - Goodreads

An enjoyable read, but not the most tighly structured of Elizabeth Chadwick's novels. The trouble with history is that it isn't always a tidy shape for a novel. I find I prefer stories that cover a ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Chadwick has written over 20 historical novels sold in 18 languages worldwide. Her first novel, The Wild Hunt, won a Betty Trask Award, and The Scarlet Lion was nominated by Richard Lee, founder of the Historical Novel Society, as one of the top ten historical novels of the last decade. Elizabeth's nineteenth novel, To Defy a King, won the RNA Historical Novel Prize in 2011. Much of her research is carried out as a member of Regia Anglorum, an early medieval re-enactment society with the emphasis on accurately recreating the past. She lives in Nottingham.

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