Taws the Messenger is defeated and the Three Kingdoms at last know peace. Kedryn Caitin, the Chosen of Kyrie, is hailed High King, at his side his new won bride, Wynett. But deep within the realms of the netherworld the god, Ashar, plans a terrible revenge...
All Kedryn has fought so hard to build stands in jeopardy when the Lord of Fire unleashes a leviathan on the world to take Wynett for his own, living bait in a demonic trap.
To win back his love Kedryn must enter the world of ghosts, to claim the hell forged blade wielded by the long dead Drul, ancient overlord of the barbarian hordes. Only that dreadful sword may prevail against the awful power of the vengeance-bent god, and to save Wynett from damnation eternal Kedryn must brave the perils of the god's domain – must face Ashar himself in battle for his very soul...
Angus Wells (1943–2006) was a British writer of genre fiction, including fantasy and westerns.
Angus Wells wrote under several pseudonyms, including Andrew Quiller (with Kenneth Bulmer and Laurence James), James A. Muir, Charles R. Pike (with Kenneth Bulmer and Terry Harknett), William S. Brady (with John Harvey), J. D. Sandon (with John Harvey), Charles C. Garrett (with Laurence James), Richard Kirk (with Robert Holdstock), J. B. Dancer (with John Harvey), and Ian Evans.
Angus Wells. Wikipedia.