Sharon Kay Penman

“He’d passed the longest night of his life locked in mortal combat with his ghosts, calling up and then disavowing twenty years of memories. He would banish that bitch from his heart if it meant cutting her out with his own dagger. And when at last he allowed himself to grieve, he did so silently and unwillingly, his tears hidden by the darkness, his rage congealing into a core of ice.”

Sharon Kay Penman, Devil's Brood
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Devil's Brood  (Henry II & Eleanor of Aquitaine, #3) Devil's Brood by Sharon Kay Penman
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