Blanket Of The Dark

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House of Stratus, Jan 2, 2009 - 296 pages
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The period is the Pilgrimage of Grace. In the country west of Oxford, nobles, clergy and laity await the success of the risings in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire to overthrow Henry VIII and Cromwell. Peter Pentecost is the man they plan to put on the English throne. Although a monk by training, he is the legitimate child of the Duke of Buckingham and the last of the Bohuns. His bid to be crowned and his duel with Henry VIII make for an exciting adventure.
 

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Contents

THE PAINTED FLOOR
1
IN WHICH PETER IS INTRODUCED TO FORTUNE
15
IN WHICH PETER LURKS IN THE SHADOW
39
IN WHICH PETER GOES DEEPER INTO THE GREENWOOD
54
THE PARLIAMENT OF BEGGARS
72
IN WHICH PETER EMERGES INTO THE LIGHT
87
HOW A WOULDBE KING BECAME A FUGITIVE
115
HOW PETER SAW DEATH IN THE SWAN INN
129
OF THE CONCLAVE AT LITTLE GREECE
158
HOW PETER CAME AGAIN TO AVELARD
173
OF THE VISION IN THE SNOW
189
THE UNLOOSING OF THE WATERS
206
HOW PETER STROVE WITH POWERS AND PRINCIPALITIES
217
HOW THE SWAN OF BOHUN WENT DOWN
245
HOW PETER RETURNED TO THE GREENWOOD
260
EPILOGUE
274

THE ROAD TO DAMASCUS
144

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