WOLF IN KING’S CLOTHING takes place in 1912 in York, a walled cathedral city in the UK. When considering the setting for the story, I couldn’t get the image of York Shambles from my mind. It’s a warren of a place, and I imagined a younger Kent darting through crowds on market days or getting lost in the old factories.
While we can’t visit 1912 – and let’s be honest, who’d want to? They don’t have the internet – I wanted to share some of my favorite parts of York, which is a beautiful place to visit and has retained several aspects of its Edwardian (and much older!) past.
York Shambles – somewhere above this Kent makes the deal to search for Hadrian.
A view of the city – and the moon that shortens Kent’s timeline on his search.
Along the River Ouse, where Kent looks for – and finds – trouble.
And finally, Clifford’s Tower, looking far friendlier than it does when Kent sees it!
Parker Foye writes speculative-flavored romance under the QUILTBAG umbrella and believes in happily ever after, although sometimes their characters make achieving this difficult. Originally from the UK and currently based in Canada, Parker travels on a regular basis via planes, trains, and an ever-growing library. Visit them online at parkerfoye.com or on Twitter.