The Blood of The Fifth Knight by E.M. Powell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
It is now 1176, two years after the penitent Henry II has walked to Canterbury Cathedral, and now he calls for help from Sir Benedict Palmer. Palmer is reluctant to leave Theodosia and his children, but the life of the King's mistress has been threatened and Henry trusts no one else to find the culprit. Plots are woven by many of the King's enemies, but who can be trusted.
Really enjoyed this tale, and liked the characters. Before I read the third in the series sometime in the future I might have to go back and re-read the first two.
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