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Far away in the Eastern Wilds, where there was a power that sought to unmake the will and feed on the mind of a man, a king fell in single combat with a powerful sorcerer. Angels descended to claim the king's soul. The sorcerer despised them, the heaven from which they came, and God himself. The king's wife, the mother of his small daughter, though far from him in the west ...more
Paperback, 275 pages
Published June 7th 2011 by Tate Publishing & Enterprises
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Kate Policani
Mar 19, 2012 Kate Policani rated it it was amazing
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Marta is almost a Queen. The only surviving child of the King and Queen of Zuphof, she will soon be crowned. When the carefully-guarded secret of her father's fate is not guarded carefully enough, she discovers he may not be dead. Marta impulsively steals away to Count Drugen's castle, his last known location. With only the palace handyman, Trimble, to assist her, and despite the growing improbability of the king's survival and increasing dangers, Marta pushes on to demand the truth of King ...more
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I wrote this. The synopsis posted at online stores and on the back cover could be improved. Here's the version from my website:

The Queen and the Handyman is a coming-of-age tale, and a marriage of high fantasy and supernatural thriller. The story takes place in a troubled 17th century kingdom, bordered by greedy neighbors and formidable wilds. Queen Marta and her palace handyman, Trimble, journey into those wilds in winter, trying to find her father the King.

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