The Legend of Mary Death

The Legend of Mary Death

by Loren K. Jones
The Legend of Mary Death

The Legend of Mary Death

by Loren K. Jones



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When the Gods give you something, use it. Marydyth Shalina Forlan Zel'Karyn was gifted with remarkable speed and reflexes, which she turned into sword skill few could match. Wielding the dragon blood sword, Sang Del Dracl, Marydyth made a name for herself with the Army of Coravia. But it was a name she wasn't happy with; Mary Death.

Follow Mary Death as she earns her dreaded nickname. Through the Army of Coravia and into the Knights of Justice, Mary Death shows that a woman can be every bit as deadly as a man on the battlefield. But her life isn't all blood and death. As beautiful as she is deadly, Marydyth is forced to flee her home kingdom to avoid the interest of a prince, and finds that Evandia holds everything her heart desires. Especially a husband.

Now a lady of Evandia, Mary Death retires to a life of leisure in the palace of King Oradan. But retirement is not her fate. Made a Royal Guard in honor of her service to the kingdom, Marydyth continues her legend as a sword instructor. But even that has its drawbacks. She is still one of the most deadly swordswomen to have ever lived, and that skill is needed to protect her king and kingdom from King Oradan's enemies.

And protect them she will, even unto her own death.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160758237
Publisher: Twilight Times Books
Publication date: 10/27/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 812,549
File size: 531 KB

About the Author

A U. S. Navy veteran, Loren K. Jones served as a nuclear reactor operator on attack submarines for six years before his honorable discharge in 1986. Loren makes his living as an instrumentation and controls technician, and writes because the stories won’t leave him alone until he does.
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