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Tan cloth over navy boards with navy lettering. Spine slightly slanted and bumped, corners dented. Age spotting and remainder mark along top. Minor spotting on back end page. Jacket shows slight edge wear and a tiny tear at top of back panel. A nice copy. ;
Signed by author on title page. Dust jacket protected in new Brodart. ; 7 ¾" - 9 ¾" Tall; 337 pages;
This is Volume II of The Histories of King Kelson.
"In theory, young Kelson Haldane, King of Gwynedd and heir to both royal and Deryni magical powers, should have been the most fortunate man alive. Instead, he found himself embroiled in the double ugliness of civil and religious war.
"Ex-Archbishop Loris sought Kelson's death as a prelude to another long reign of terror, claiming that all Deryni talents were witchcraft from the Devil. Allied to him, the Pretender Queen Caitrin led a rebellion designed to rip the province of Meara from the control of Gwynedd.
"While Kelson led his forces against the armies of Loris and Caitrin, his uncle was facing other enemies bent on assassination and rebellion. And a member of the mysterious Camberian Council was training one of Kelson's family in potential subversion.
"In Gwynedd, being King and Deryni was no sinecure! "; Signed by Author
Title: The King's Justice (The Histories of King Kelson, Vol. 2) (Signed)
Illustrator: Illustrated by Sweet, Darrell K. (cover)
Categories: Katherine Kurtz,
Publisher: New York, Del Rey: 1985
ISBN Number: 0345318250
ISBN Number 13: 9780345318251
Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket
Inscription: Signed by Author
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 183041
Keywords: Fantasy Fiction Epic Fantasy Deryni Magic Racial Prejudice Sorcery Eleven Kingdoms Gwynedd (imaginary Place) King Kelson Haldane (fictitious Character) Alaric Morgan (fictitious Character)