The Sun at Twilight (Empire at Twilight Book 4) by N.L. Holmes

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The Sun at Twilight (Empire at Twilight Book 4) by N.L. Holmes
Genre – historical fiction, drama, LBGT
Page Count – 323 pages
Cover Designer – Streetlight Graphics
In the twilight years of the Hittite Empire (1230s BC), Tudhaliya IV comes to the throne as a usurper’s younger son, determined to rule according to the traditional values of justice and clemency, despite the harder advice of his ambitious mother and his questionably loyal older brothers. When his cousin Kurunta, with whom he was raised as someone dearer than a brother, decides his own claim to the throne is stronger than Tudhaliya’s, the latter must decide whether to apply the brutal pragmatism of his advisors or risk appearing weak, and how to manage to leave his own son an empire that is finally free from civil war. The cost will be the sacrifice of his deepest friendship.


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N.L. Holmes is the pen name of an archaeologist who has taught ancient history and humanities at the college level for many years. She is the author of eight novels set in the Bronze Age. With her husband, she splits her time between Florida and northern France.

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