Sovereign Silk By ElizaBeth Gilligan

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ISBN: 9780756402587

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Sovereign Silk is the third book of a series set in the mythical kingdom of Tyrrhia, where courtly politics, magic, and the silk trade intersect.

The very future of Tyrrhia is endangered when assassins target Alban, the beloved king, while his wife, Queen Idala, lies on the brink of death after giving birth to quadruplets whose conception was marked by dark magic. With the king and queen’s firstborn son far too young to assume the throne should the worst befall, all five children will end up in the care of the queen’s brother, Duke Stefano, and his Romani Duchessa, Luciana, who are expecting their own fairy-blessed child.

At this uncertain time, magical and diabolical plots converge, threatening the young heirs, their guardians, and the peace and stability of the kingdom. Stefano and Luciana must walk the tightrope of political intrigues that threaten all they hold dear, and through their wits and derring-do—aided by the power and skills of the Rom—preserve their children, their peoples and their kingdom.

Book Details

Format: Paperback
Price: 10.99 CAD / 7.99 USD
Published: 2017-06-06
ISBN: 9780756402587
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Page Count: 528
Trim Size: 4-3/16 x 6-3/4

Praise for the Silken Magic series:

"An alternate Renaissance Italy is the setting for this opulent tale of court intrigue and dark magics. This excellent first novel presents engaging characters in a well-realized world." —Locus

"The sequel is as gripping as the predecessor, and the term richly textured is also applicable to this superior historical fantasy." —Booklist

"An alternate Sicily is splendidly revealed, as seen through the eyes of new voice ElizaBeth Gilligan. Robust characterizations, multiple storylines and clever delivery of snippets create a satisfying tale." —Romantic Times

“ElizaBeth Gilligan is a bright and shining star in the fantasy firmament, an author who creates characters, both real and magical, who appeal to readers who like complexity and honor in their heroes.... A book that deserves to be put on the keeper’s shelf.”Midwest Book Review

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