Free eBook The Black Flame download

by Harold Covington

Free eBook The Black Flame download ISBN: 0595185061
Author: Harold Covington
Publisher: iUniverse (May 10, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 364
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Rating: 4.2
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The Black Flame Paperback – May 10, 2001. by Harold Covington (Author). I enjoyed it and found it very engrossing to read. The book focuses on the murder of a young monk in training at an English Catholic monastery in 1422.

The Black Flame Paperback – May 10, 2001. The dead teenager is the illegitimate son of the late King Henry V and the deceased king's feared assassin and torturer is assigned to solve the crime. From this much adventure ensues. I have read other Covington works and enjoyed them as well.

A mysterious secret society called The Black Flame threatens the very foundations of the law, the Church, and the kingdom itself in a deep and terrible conspiracy of murder, treason, sorcery and devil worship. On the windswept northern coast of England stand Burnstow Abbey and the convent of St. Regula, headquarters for the Black Flame and the setting for deeds of debauchery and depravity of a kind to shock even the hardened fifteenth century. Royal agents sent to investigate vanish or wash up on the shore dead.

Harold Armstead Covington (September 14, 1953 – July 14, 2018) was an American neo-Nazi activist and writer

Harold Armstead Covington (September 14, 1953 – July 14, 2018) was an American neo-Nazi activist and writer. Covington was born in Burlington, North Carolina in 1953 as the eldest of three children. In 1968, at age 15, he was sent to Chapel Hill High School.

Covington is the author of a number of novels Revelation 9. The Black Flame.

Harold Armstead Covington (born September 14, 1953 in Burlington, North Carolina - died 17 July 2018) was an American white nationalist, political activist and novelist. Covington is the author of a number of novels. His 1987 book The March Up Country was promoted on the forum of the Dutch political party Nationale Alliantie. The March Up Country. Revelation 9.

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This book is an important step in reversing some of the more uglier trends . The Brigade is the last of Harold Covington's Northwest Trilogy Novels.

This book is an important step in reversing some of the more uglier trends of the previous half-century. Having said that, it's definitely not for the faint-hearted or Politically Correct/Corrupt, coffehouse, postmodernist crowd. Covington is a neo-Nazi living in the Seattle area, who wants to create an all white fascist Northwest Republic out of Oregon, Washington State and Idaho. He envisions gangs of "white solders" driving around shooting blacks, hispanics, Jews, liberals, gays and FBI agents just as the DC snipers, John Allen Muhammad and John Lee Malvo did.

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Harold Covington, the leader of the Northwest Front and a fixture of the White Nationalist scene for the past several decades, has passed away in Washington. He once wrote an entire novel about me, Freedom’s Sons, in which I was cast as his arch-enemy and president of the United States. I was a sexual pervert who was assassinated by my mistress in the Oval Office. Needless to say, Harold Covington was a difficult person to get along with. Anyway, I forgave Harold for writing that book a long time ago. It is hard to imagine a world without him. Even if I didn’t always agree, I enjoyed listening to his podcast from time to time.

Harold Armstead Covington (born 14 September 1953 in Burlington, North Carolina) is an American neo-nazi and novelist. Covington joined a neo-Nazi group while in the . Army in 1972, then moved to South Africa, and later, according to himself, joined the white-led Rhodesian Army for 18 months, although other sources say that he was employed by an engineering and construction firm and never was in the Rhodesian army as a mercenary or otherwise.

THE YEAR IS 1422. King Henry the Fifth of England, hero of Agincourt and conqueror of France, is dead. His son and heir is a ten month-old baby. The land is ruled by a council of quarreling nobles, the country is uncertain and the throne is shaky. A mysterious secret society called The Black Flame threatens the very foundations of the law, the Church, and the kingdom itself in a deep and terrible conspiracy of murder, treason, sorcery and devil worship. On the windswept northern coast of England stand Burnstow Abbey and the convent of St. Regula, headquarters for the Black Flame and the setting for deeds of debauchery and depravity of a kind to shock even the hardened fifteenth century. Royal agents sent to investigate vanish or wash up on the shore dead. Graves are opened and bodies taken for blasphemous and terrifying occult rites. Young women enter the convent of St. Regula and never come out. A young novice at the abbey, Arthur Fitzroy, the bastard son of the late King Henry, is found horribly murdered in an obscene parody of the crucifixion. The regents must take action, and so they send in the Middle Ages' most har-boiled detective: Sir Thomas Clave, the Black Knight. Murdering monks, poisoning prioresses, scheming royal uncles, back street assassins, a mad alchemist, a beautiful and dangerous Queen of the Witches, the Black Knight cuts his way through them all to discover the truth and prevent the final horror set for All Hallows' Eve.
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Abywis
Tightly written, hair raising and thought provoking, this tale by Harold Covington will alternately have you cheering and biting your nails. Superb language sets the scene and places the reader in the middle of an age gone by but whose problems of disloyalty, evil and avoidance of responsibility we face today.
Munimand
As always, writings of The Old Man never fail to intrigue me. He writes well and his characters are well developed. This is a terrific novel just as is his Northwest Alliance series.
Lestony
Really good.if you like British historical fiction, this is the best.

It's different from a covington's 21 century American White revolutionary fantasy fiction.but, it's my favorite H Covington fiction.
Flamekiller
I bought this book on Amazon. I enjoyed it and found it very engrossing to read. The book focuses on the murder of a young monk in training at an English Catholic monastery in 1422. The dead teenager is the illegitimate son of the late King Henry V and the deceased king's feared assassin and torturer is assigned to solve the crime. From this much adventure ensues.

I have read other Covington works and enjoyed them as well. Sir Thomas Clave, the protagonist of The Black Flame, is heroic in the tradition of Matt Redmond in Covington's North Carolina novels and short story in Other Voices, Darker Rooms. I don't always agree with Covington's quasi-religious moralizing but the story is entertaining in a Dumasian manner that Covington does well.
Kirizan
I should begin by admitting that I am an H. A. Covington fanatic. It is my frank opinion that he is one of the best writers of historical, thriller, and adventure fiction America had produced in the past fifty years. I devour each one of his books as soon as they become available, and knowing my addiction the author was so kind as to send me an advance galley of "The Black Flame". Everything Covington writes has the essential quality of un-put-downability which makes for a good book, but "The Black Flame" overwhelmed me. Covington is the equal of historical writers like George Shipway and Anya Seton in his ability to make one feel like one is present in the past, to see and hear and smell the smells. As to the story itself, this time Covington has outdone himself. He has taken the always popular ingredients of sex, violence, intrigue, mystery, and passion and created a novel that grips from beginning to end. Sir Thomas Clave is a Covingtonian anti-hero on a par with Denzil Redmond, the bad man who serves a higher ideal in full and cognizant knowledge, devoid of illusion, about the ways of the world. Clave is up against the quintessence of evil, a conspiracy to hand the world over to the forces of darkness. The end result is a kind of detective Conan the Barbarian, lots of swordplay and perversion and black magic and all the good stuff, with well drawn characters you can love and hate. You should buy and read all of Covington's novels, but start with "The Black Flame". You won't be disappointed.
Jube
The only thing I regret is that this was my last HAC novel to read. I have already read them all and I am feeling emptiness. Hopefully HAC is working on another nice novel about love, bravery, manhood and hopefully there will be hidden message as usual.
Flamehammer
This is not a good read. It is poorly written, incoherent, and even with all the murders and black magic, the author still manages to make the medieval era of European history come across as acute boredom. Maybe with some major editing the writing could be improved, but the plot just does not succeed.