Descended from Melusina, the river goddess, Jacquetta has always had the gift of second sight. As a child visiting her uncle, she meets his prisoner, Joan of Arc, and sees her own power reflected in the young woman accused of witchcraft. A sweeping, powerful novel rich in passion and legend and drawing on years of research, The Lady of the Rivers tells the story of the real-life mother to the White Queen.
In this conclusion to the trilogy that began with 2012's Range of Ghosts, Re Temur still has a lot of ground to cover on his way toward a final confrontation with the sorcerous al-Sepehr, leader of the cult of the Nameless. Although he initially was trying to recover his lost love Edene, Temur has come to realize that only by claiming the Khaganate can he bring peace to the steppes and defeat his usurping uncle.