London, 1566. William Harley, Clarenceux King of Arms, lives quietly with his family, with a document in his possession that could destroy the state. When his wife and his daughter go missing, Clarenceux finds himself on the run with his other daughter. He knows he must destroy the document, even if it should cost him his life - but how can he, until he has reunited his family?
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- Enquiring Mind
It's a compelling take with strong characters and a complex plot, based on real people and events.
Put the religious differences of the Monarchy and their near nobility into context. People, places and names took on a believable life.
Most, despite the fact he occasionally sounded like a discombobulated Dalek. He put life, dialect and accent into every character, making it a dramatic listen.
Great story, great narration.
- Astral Surfer