BOOK 1 THE DEVIL'S BAND

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ABOUT THE DEVIL'S BAND - as Henry VIII's personal astrologer, Thomas Devilstone enjoyed a life of wealth and ease but after he's sentenced to death for practising witchcraft he's forced to flee abroad and join the last Yorkist rebels plotting to overthrow the Tudors. With the help of three more fugitives from Henry's tyranny, Thomas devises an incredible scheme to restore the House of York but things don't go quite according to plan! Liberally sprinkled with lots of swash and buckle, The first part of The Devilstone Chronicles takes the reader on a thrillingride through the darker side of 16th Century Europe.

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BOOK 2 THE DEVIL'S LANCE

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ABOUT THE DEVIL'S LANCE - since the fall of Rome, kings and emperors have coveted the only Christian relic that guarantees victory in battle but the spear that pierced Christ's side at the Crucifixion is jealously guarded by the Hapsburg Holy Roman Emperors. With war clouds gathering over the Danube, the French King, the Ottoman Sultan and the sinister Lord Dracul, a feared warlord who claims descent from the infamous Vlad 'the Impaler’, all yearn to possess this priceless talisman – but none can do so without the help of the outlawed English alchemist and sorcerer: Thomas Devilstone.

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DRACULA’S CHILDREN – WHAT HAPPENED TO THE DESCENDANTS OF VLAD THE IMPALER? The infamous Vlad the Impaler died fighting his numerous enemies sometime around Christmas 1476. According to Leonardo Botta, Milan’s ambassador to the Hungarian court, Vlad's corpse was hacked to pieces and his head sent to Mehmed II. However, though the dragon had been decapitated, Vlad’s branch of the House of Drăculeşti did not die. Vlad the Impaler married at least twice and whilst his brief second marriage was almost certainly childless, Dracula’s first wife bore him at least three sons...

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