Philip Photiou Featured in a Magazine
We are pleased to share that Philip Photiou, the author of The Lamb of God, got featured in a magazine called European Yorkist. The August edition of the magazine carried a picture of him with his book and a book introduction.
In The Lamb of God, enter the tumultuous 1460s England, amid the Wars of the Roses. Philip Neville, scarred by battle, escorts the deposed Henry VI to London. In a fragile peace, Philip grapples with love, court intrigue and unwavering loyalty to King Edward IV. But as Edward's alliance with 'Warwick the Kingmaker' frays, loyalties are tested. The Lamb of God by Philip Photiou, the second in his gripping War of the Roses trilogy, explores ambition and loyalty in a nation's quest for power. You can order the book here.
Philip Photiou is a Plymouth native and author of ‘Plymouth's Forgotten War’ and ‘The Wrath of Kings.’ With a passion for history, he shares his knowledge through lectures and podcasts, and now, he's crafting his next novel on fifteenth-century England.