In this exciting historical fiction novel, published in 2003, Benedikt describes the events under the cruel Turkish occupation of a fictional Slavic land called Karpatia, and the hatred it created in the souls of the oppressed. But "The King's Man" suddenly arrives and brings reason and understanding to poisoned souls of its people.
Benedikt is a phenomenal visual storyteller. The reader has an impression as if "seeing the movie"! - George Turner, Editor in Chief AMERICAN CINEMATOGRAPHER MAGAZINE