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Written by James Beck, the former assistant to the Attorney General of the United States, to Germany's Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs during the First World War. This was a treatise on the rights of non-combatants. It took the story of Edith Cavell, a British nurse who was executed by the Germans for helping Allied soldiers escape…
They come in the night. They come for the children. Slavers.
Tabitha is a girl who dreams of vanquishing monsters and rescuing the innocent. Then she is sold to a mysterious man of grotesque appetites. She discovers that monsters are very real and innocence
is a fragile thing.
James of Darkwood is an Eloria'an with a dark secret. Brutally trained as an assassin by the House of Knives, James may be the only hope for children bound for slavery – and worse – as he leaves a wake of death across what was once a peaceful land in his search for vengeance. Can James rescue the children, and with them a small part of his soul? Or will the Void take them all into dark oblivion?