England, Scotland and Ireland are being torn apart by the Civil War raging between King Charles I and Parliament. Richard Farrell is on a trail of revenge that leads him through the bloodbath of Marston Moor, seeking a murderer, guided by the cold hand of the King’s agent. Richard abandons his moral compass in the quest to bring down bloody retribution on the two men. Sir William Brereton finds his faith severely tested by his struggles to complete the capture of the city of Chester, while his dreams are haunted by memories of a chance encounter years before.
A victim of petty jealousy, Marleigh Hume finds herself on trial for her life in the everyday market town of Macclesfield, as she fights accusations against herself and daughter. Her fate again entwines with Farrell and Brereton and, as the story reaches a dramatic climax, secrets are revealed, loyalties are upheld and betrayed, and new stories begin.
The At the Edge of Promises series is about purpose and passion, and the events set in motion in Sow the Wind, come to surprising conclusions in Reap the Whirlwind.
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