In The Eldridge Conspiracy by Don M. Winn, Kaye learns there is a plot against his father's life. Now he must leave Knox to find the mysterious foreign man who can tell him the details of the plot so Kaye can prevent the ambitious Baron Thomas and his henchmen from assassinating his father and the king of Eldridge at a grand festival tournament. The only problem? This man is the Baron's most trusted employee.

174 pages

Book 4: The Eldridge Conspiracy

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Cover of The Eldridge Conspiracy showing a black and white jousting knight on horseback with a blue helmet plume and blue stripes on his lance.

Back of book description:

Kaye’s father is in danger! The young knight, Kaye, and his friends Reggie and Beau enter Eldridge in search of the only man who can save Kaye's father. During their journey, they encounter and make a powerful enemy of Baron Thomas—the self-proclaimed heir to the throne of Eldridge—who also has his sights set on ruling the country of Knox. Together, the boys dodge the baron’s henchmen and race against time to stop an assassination that would plunge the two kingdoms into war in this exciting conclusion to the series.

Mom’s Choice Award Gold Medal Recipient

2017 Readers' Favorite Bronze Medal Winner

2017 Royal Dragonfly Awards First Place Best Series

“Books of adventure and challenge that still offer an emotional component are hard to come by for middle grade boys—yet Don M. Winn hits the mark dead center with The Eldridge Conspiracy.”

—Patricia Reding for Readers’ Favorite

“This set of books just gets better and better. Yes, it’s a non-stop adventure, packed full of nasty barons and battling knights. But it’s also a story which is strongly-themed and where the bond between the characters is highly prized.”

—The Wishing Shelf Awards Book Review