The Roots of Betrayal (Clarenceux Trilogy)

The Roots of Betrayal (Clarenceux Trilogy)

James Forrester

A Wild and appealing experience from Bestselling British writer James Forrester:

"A whale of a yarn...a winner for any reader who loves ancient, action-packed novels."—Kirkus

Your selection. Your religion. Your Fate.

1564: Catholic usher in William Harley, often called Clarenceux, guards a hugely risky record. it is a manuscript he'd quite no longer have—destruction and demise have in its wake. yet issues get a lot worse while the rfile is stolen, and he plunges right into a nightmare of suspicion, deception, and conspiracy. As England teeters on the point of a bloody clash, Clarenceux understands the destiny of the rustic and numerous lives dangle within the stability. The roots of betrayal are deep and surprising, and the herald's trip towards the reality involves not only the invention of clues and indicators, but in addition of himself.

In this terrific new Elizabethan conspiracy from the the world over acclaimed writer of Sacred Treason, religion and worry fire up a robust tale of loyalty, lies, and secrets.

"No you'll be able to create a feeling of ancient house as convincingly as [Forrester] does."—The day-by-day Telegraph

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