The Resource King's gold
- King's gold
- Statement of responsibility
- Michael Jecks
- Edward, II, King of England, 1284-1327
- Knights Templar (Masonic order)
- Isabella, Queen, consort of Edward II, King of England, 1292-1358 -- Fiction.
- Mystery fiction.
- Great Britain -- History -- Fiction.
- Edward, II, King of England, 1284-1327 -- Fiction.
- Mortimer, Roger de, Earl of March, 1287?-1330
- Isabella, Queen, consort of Edward II, King of England, 1292-1358
- Historical fiction.
- Mortimer, Roger de, Earl of March, 1287?-1330 -- Fiction.
- "As the year 1326 draws to a close, London is in flames. King Edward II is held prisoner, and the mercenaries and rebels led by the vengeful Queen Isabella and her lover, Sir Roger Mortimer, are in the ascendant. While the richest in the kingdom fight over the spoils of the invasion, the Bardi family, bankers who once funded the King, are in a quandary. They must look to their own future with the Queen as the mob rampages over the city, steering a careful course between rival factions. But money can tempt the heart of even the most honorable, and in this age of corruption the bankers must guard their lives, as well as their coffers. Others, too, find their loyalties torn. In a small village the local priest realizes that his church holds a chest that could tempt a saint. His treasure could change the fate of the whole kingdom. He must take it to the King."--P.  of dust jacket
- West Country, England
- Knights and knighthood
- Puttock, Simon (Fictitious character)
- Furnshill, Baldwin, Sir (Fictitious character)
- England -- Social life and customs -- Medieval period, 1066-1485
- Great Britain -- History -- Medieval period, 1066-1485
- Banks and banking
- Historical mysteries
- Medieval mysteries
- Cataloging source
- Dewey number
- no index present
- LC call number
- LC item number
- K565 2011
- Literary form
- Series statement
- Knights Templar mystery
- Series volume
- Target audience
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