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Queen's Call (The Avalon Hall Trilogy, # 3)

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Will Avalon live long enough to find happiness?

Hawker Hall is King in Cormicks and has control of the Anthracites. His next move is to crush Avalon and the whole of Fontanasia.

The third book in the Avalon Hall trilogy, Avalon wants to find a future with Taggerty, but while he tries to convince Avalon to attack Cormicks, he refuses to come between King and country. As A
Kindle Edition, 264 pages
Published October 2nd 2019 by Kitchen Entertainment
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