The Brothers of Gwynedd by Edith Mary; Peters, Ellis Pargeter
Comprising, Sunrise in the West, the Dragon at Noonday, the Hounds of Sunset, Afterglow and Nightfall

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The story of Llewelyn, first true Prince of Wales, is the history of medieval Wales in dramatic and epic form.

Llewelyn's burning vision is of one Wales, united against the threat of the English. But before he can achieve his dream, he must first tackle enemies nearer home. All three of his brothers hamper his efforts to create an independent state. The best-loved of the three, David, brought up throughout his childhood at the English court, restless, charming, torn between two loyalties, is fated to be his brother's undoing. Despite the support of his beloved wife Eleanor, Llewelyn finds himself trapped in a situation where the only solution is his own downfall and a tragic death...

 

About Edith Mary; Peters, Ellis Pargeter

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Edith Pargeter, who also wrote as Ellis Peters, gained worldwide praise and recognition for her crime fiction.
 
Published June 1, 1990 by Headline Book Publishing. 822 pages
Genres: History, Travel, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Those who fancy historical fiction with an emphasis on the history will savor this convincing tale of 13th-century Wales. Originally published in England as four discrete novels, the 822-page this is

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Those who fancy historical fiction with an emphasis on the history will savor this convincing tale of 13th-century Wales. Originally published in England as four discrete novels, the 822-page this is

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