The Devil's Mouth - A Novel - by Thomas Williams

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When political conspirators murder his father, Prince Lanson of Lochlaund flees for his life. He falls in love with a beautiful tavern maid who is hiding from the moral condemnation of the powerful Lochlaund church, which has a stranglehold on the kingdom. Ultimately Lanson must decide whether to release her to the church's legalistic justice or defy the church and save her life by wedding her. This mythical story of freedom, justice, and forbidden love is the second book in "The Seven Kingdoms Chronicles."

About Thomas Williams

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Williams a long aficionado of medieval literature has authored 15 published plays. He owns his own art studio and has designed or illustrated more than 1500 book covers for the nation's leading Christian publishers. He is Executive Art Director for Word Publishing.
Published July 6, 2011 by Previously Published by Word Publishing. 448 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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their adventures ultimately lead to the uniting of the seven kingdoms, the destruction of the evil witch Morgultha, and—of course—a lavish wedding.

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