Acclaim for Behold the Dawn
“Enough action to satisfy the adventure lover; enough impossible awakening love to satisfy the romantic; enough research to satisfy the historian, enough intrigue, betrayal and murder to satisfy the mystery lover, and enough mercy and forgiveness to satisfy the Christ-follower.”—Jeannie Campbell, The Character Therapist
“I consider literary-induced insomnia, inspiring writing, and mild fictional character obsession the marks of a great story. K.M. Weiland’s thrilling historical fiction novel, Behold the Dawn, provides all of the above.”—Kerry Johnson
“Meticulously researched and so beautifully written, it reads like poetry.”—S.L. Coelho
About the Book
The sins of a bishop. The vengeance of a monk. The secrets of a knight.
A knight—fighting in the condemned tourneys.
A monk—preaching reform and heresy.
A bishop—running from a lifetime of darkness.
Unspeakable secrets chase all three to the Crusade in the Holy Land. But when the swelling tide of vengeance sweeps through their shattered lives, questions will be asked, long-hidden sins will be faced, and the love of a woman will change everything.
More Praise for Behold the Dawn
“…there is a beauty in the way her theme emerges naturally and powerfully from within the story. Really, the story has much of the gut-wrenching drama and emotional roller-coaster ride of a Shakespearean play.”—William Polm
“Marcus Annan is a compelling, tragic character, struggling against dark knights, darker men of the cloth, and darkest still, his own inner demons.”—Joseph M. Fraser
“I found myself returning to several passages even before completing the book—not to remind myself of events, but to savor them. [O]ne of the few historical novels … so beautifully written.”—B. Howard