The Demon's Consort
Deep in the heart of the Great Og dwells a mysterious sect known as the Brotherhood of Sheoleth. The priests of this cult have been following the Count of Trall, pursuing a centuries old feud.
When the priests of Sheoleth strike, Kieldrou must leave the fate of the southern kingdoms for a while, choosing instead to follow his devil-worshiping foes, even if it leads to his death. More
The second volume in the Fields of Battle trilogy, part of the Count of Trall series.
Kieldrou, the Count of Trall, is in the kingdom of Luourn, far from his southern island home. With his help his cousin, Raegin, has recently been restored to the throne of Luourn, the usurper and his wicked supporters killed. With peace restored in Luourn, Kieldrou now plans to return Trall, hoping that he can persuade Rhianne, the woman he loves, to come with him.
At the same time war is brewing in the south, and no-one appears to be heeding the warnings that Kieldrou and his followers have given. All the more reason for the Count to get home as quickly as possible.
However, deep in the heart of the wasteland known as the Great Og, dwells a mysterious sect known as the Brotherhood of Sheoleth. The priests of this cult have been watching, and following, the Count of Trall, pursuing a feud that stretches back five hundred years. They have already tried to kill him twice, and now they have even more reason to slay him, for Kieldrou carries what they perceive to be a precious relic of their twisted faith.
When the priests of Sheoleth strike, and carry off not only the relic but also Rhianne, Kieldrou must leave the fate of the southern kingdoms for a while, choosing instead to follow his devil-worshiping foes, even if it leads to his death. Will he enter the jaws of hell alone, or can his friends, alerted to his plight and guided to the Great Og by a young Trallian priestess, come to his aid in time? And will they still be able to thwart the Hussanian plans for war? As their foes close in on all sides, their greatest enemy appears to be time itself!