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  • Song Hereafter

  • 1153: Hispania and the Isles of Albion (The Troubadours, Book 4)
  • By: Jean Gill
  • Narrated by: Jake Urry
  • Length: 13 hrs and 28 mins

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By: Jean Gill
Narrated by: Jake Urry
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Award-winning historical fiction. Like Game of Thrones with real history.

1153: Hispania and the Isles of Albion, where the wise traveller carries a knife in her under-skirt.

Heart-stopping conclusion to an unforgettable series.

Dragonetz failed his liege, Eleanor of Aquitaine and is in exile, branded an oathbreaker. But she plans to be Queen of England and gives him one chance to redeem himself. His mission will take him alone into the hostile court of the Welsh princes, Rhys and Meredith, relying on song and sword to win their trust. Unlikely to survive, he intends to die alone.

His lady, however, demands partnership, not protection. Estela and Dragonetz fight their enemies together, on the battlefield and in the courts of Christendom, from the sophistication of Zaragossa to the savage beauty of Wales. Can they win through to song hereafter?

Or have they cheated death once too often?

An authentic twelfth century road trip with the rock stars of the middle ages. Jean Gill’s spell-binding medieval thrillers write unforgettable women back into real history.

Global Ebooks Award for Best Historical Fiction

Historical Novel Society Editor's Choice

Finalist in the Wishing Shelf Awards, the Kindle Book Awards and the Chaucer Awards

Four Discovered Diamond Awards

‘Another stunning read—you won’t be disappointed!’ Deb McEwan, Unlikely Soldiers

©2017 Jean Gill (P)2022 The 13th Sign

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