Troubador Path of Injustice

Released: 28/03/2019

ISBN: 9781789016741

eISBN: 9781789019391

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Path of Injustice

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Set in the 18th-century kingdom of Alteria, Path of Injustice is a story of romantic love tormented by jealousy and personal suffering, which takes place against the background of a country locked in civil war.


Daintry is a young woman in love with her childhood sweetheart. When she obtains a herbal potion to cure her sick father, she unwittingly sparks off a chain of events that threaten to change her life forever. Accused of witchcraft and thrown into a ghastly prison, she is aware that her innocent act of compassion can have only one ending – death by hanging or burning.

When her sentence of death is lifted, her relief is short-lived: she is sent as a prisoner to work in the dreaded silver mines of Katangar, from where no one returns. Will she ever see her betrothed or her family again? Can she hope for a miracle to save her?

Path of Injustice is a charming historical romance set in the 18th century, against the backdrop of civil war. His most recent titles include: The Golden AnkletA Touch of Autumn Gold and Roots in Three Counties.

Praise for The Golden Anklet: ‘I find this read to be positively riveting. The writing is engaging, and the storytelling is well done.’ – My Reader Review.

The book was fantastic! I was hooked in instantly and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I would highly recommend to people who love a good romance as it will keep you on your feet and make your heart melt.

by Erin Crathorn


Oh my gosh...the plight and mistreatments of Daintry Brouka kept me up late at night! I had great difficulty finding good stopping places in this novel and therefore read it until I fell asleep with it in my hands several nights this week! I refuse to give spoilers, but I will say that Daintry seemed to be very unlucky with the chain of events in her life from a wrongful conviction through additional misfortunes along a very long journey to the end of the novel. (I would also say that many other terrible things which could have also happened to her were just barely avoided--indicating that she was not THAT unlucky.) Overall, this was a very engaging and enjoyable/torturous peek into the horrid ways of the past--as well as a symbol of the strength of women in a time period when it was not acknowledged. I would like to see more work from this author!

by Kathryn B


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