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The Whyte Harte

Doherty, P. C

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ISBN 10: 0312023189 / ISBN 13: 9780312023188
Published by St Martins Pr November 1988, 1988
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Title: The Whyte Harte

Publisher: St Martins Pr November 1988

Publication Date: 1988

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition

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Matthew Jankyn is hired to investigate the death of Richard II, as well as rumors that the king had escaped with the help of the Whyte Harte, a secret society intent on overthrowing the usurper Henry IV, in a mystery set in medieval England

From Publishers Weekly:

Re-creating England and France in the early 15th century, Doherty's new novel rivals his previous masterworks, most recently The Crown in Darkness. The narrator, despicable Matthew Jankyn, is forced by Bishop Beaufort, half-brother to King Henry IV, who sits uneasy on the throne wrenched from Richard II, to trace rumors that Richard is in Scotland, gathering an army to march against the usurper. To save his low life, Jankyn betrays the woman he loves and his fellow Lollards, dedicated to the Whyte Harte, symbol of their belief in Richard's eventual triumph. During the ensuing bloody years, Jankyn remains in thrall to Beaufort and involved in the endless wars leading to Agincourt with its ruinous "victories." The historically accurate, riveting story features numerous real and invented characters, none more vivid than the monster behind England's idolized Prince Hal.
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