|Blood and Honour (1992) [Novel]|
by Simon R. Green
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(From the publisher):
In Castle Midnight, where the Real and Unreal meet, the King lies dead—murdered—and three princes ready themselves to do battle for his throne. But one is ill, perhaps the victim of poison. His sickness must be kept secret—which is where the Great Jorden comes in.
He had been a great actor; now he's a traveling player, down on his luck and ready to take on any job, even one as dangerous as impersonating a prince.
He should have stayed hungry. As the Unreal gets the upper hand and whole areas of the castle become supernatural no-go areas, traitors and spies are as thick on the ground as ghosts and apparitions—and as deadly. And in the middle of it all, the Great Jordon, wondering if this might be his last act...
Original title: Blood and Honour
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Humorous