No dark place

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In the turbulent realm of Norman England, a young man discovers that his identity is the link to an incredible mystery. . . .

Bereft at the loss of his adoptive father, the Sheriff of Lincoln, Hugh Corbaille is unprepared for a further shock from a visiting knight. Hugh may actually be the sole child of the Earl of Wiltshire, mysteriously abducted thirteen years before on the day the nobleman was murdered. With no memory of his early years, Hugh begins to believe he may be the missing heir and sets off to find his past.

The journey, however, is far from easy--or safe. Finding himself caught in a web of death and intrigue, and surrounded by a court of scheming strangers, Hugh must turn to the mother he has never known and a supportive young woman to piece together the truth. A cold-blooded killer stands between Hugh and the answers he seeks, answers that may prove his birth--and his death.

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Empresses -- Fiction
Fiction
Great Britain -- History -- Norman period, 1066-1154 -- Fiction
Great Britain -- History -- Stephen, 1135-1154 -- Fiction
Historical fiction
Lincoln (England) -- Fiction
Lincoln (England) -- History -- Fiction
Matilda, -- Empress, consort of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor, -- 1102-1167 -- Fiction
Matilda, -- Empress, consort of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor, -- 1102-1167. -- Fiction
Nobility -- England -- Fiction
Nobility -- Fiction
Stephen, -- King of England, -- 1097?-1154 -- Fiction
Stephen, -- King of England, -- 1097?-1154. -- Fiction
United Kingdom -- History -- Norman period, 1066-1154 -- Fiction
United Kingdom -- History -- Stephen, 1135-1154 -- Fiction
title_displayNo dark place
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No dark place [electronic resource] / Joan Wolf
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Empresses
History
Matilda
Nobility
Stephen