King Arthurs Britain: Follies of Sir Harald
Pity poor Sir Harald! It isn't easy to be a villain in King Arthur's Britain¸ particularly when the opposition is so formidable and even the furniture in yourcastle is dead set against you. After six long years of struggle¸ the Quillerstone Couch still turns into a ravening lion whenever Sir Harald tries to sit on it. And that's the least of Harald's problems. To Sir Kay he owes both horse and armor¸ yet the mysterious knight who owes him the same has vanished. The field of romance is no less perilous for Sir Harald¸ populated as it is by: the Aloof Fair One¸ for whom he turns renegade; brave Deborah¸ for whom he could wish himself a Jew; Maid Procne¸ who has¸ alas¸ already recorded the story of Harald's shame; and the puckish Joiselette¸ who somehow becomes his guardian elf... From Phyllis Ann Karr¸ author of the classics Idylls of the Queen and The Arthurian Companion¸ The Follies of Sir Harald is a wonderfully whimsical tale of love and adventure set against the colorful backdrop of Camelot.