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Commit Thy Work

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In a world full of political machinations of the Scottish Royal court, Commit Thy Work follows the life of William Sinclair, 3rd Earl of Orkney, 1st Earl of Caithness, and Baron Roslin through his life. Starting with him when he was twelve years old and standing before King Eric of the Kalmar Union to request the right for him to be recognized as Earl of Orkney, to the marriage of James Stewart, the third King of Scotland with that particular name.

From the assassinations of James I and James II to the Black Dinner and its fallout. William Sinclair was privy to many of the events that Scotland, England and the Kalmar Union when through. For Sinclair, while being the highest ranked Earl in Norway could have become its king if he presented himself to the nobles in Copenhagen.

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