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Blood Moon Rising

By Miles Hawke

On 6 February 1685, ‘Good King Charlie II of Merrie Englande’ dies from a stroke, leaving behind no legitimate heir.

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 His younger Catholic brother ascends according to bloodline and becomes James II.

In 1674, Henry Morgan is released from the Tower of London on piracy charges; Charles II connives ’twixt ‘Nobleman and Knave’ that his freedom depends on sending a tenth of all captured Spanish gold and silver back to the King’s war-depleted coffers.

Henry Morgan is afforded a knighthood and the lieutenant-governorship of Jamaica. Morgan begs a royal pardon on his retirement, allowing him to return to Wales.

Agreement with England’s royalty ceases with the ascendancy of a Catholic monarch, as Morgan is a devout Methodist. The parley is released on Charles’s deathbed order to the clerk Sir Digby Carew.

James II receives French bursaries providing he returns England to Catholicism; so a Kingsman is sent to swap the pardon with a fakery.

The ‘whispered pardon’ is en route by courier to the ‘Shippe Inne’ in Uplyme village; all does not bode well for Kingsman D’Arcy Ingrams, tasked to track and swap the fakery.

A highwayman robs the coach with dire consequences.

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