The Queen of Death is a novel by Matt Forbeck and published on October 10, 2006, by Wizards of the Coast. The third installment in The Lost Mark trilogy, the novel is a direct sequel to Road to Death and continues the story of Kandler and his companions as they protect his adopted daughter, Esprë. An audio book version was released in 2013.
- Kandler: the human Justicar of the small town of Mardakine on the border of the Mournland, where he and his step-daughter Esprë settled after the death of his wife Esprina.
- Burch: a shifter and the deputy Justicar of Mardakine. Burch is an old, trusted friend of Kandler and is a master with the crossbow.
- Esprë: the blonde half-elf daughter of Esprina, and step-daughter to Kandler. Young Esprë manifests the Mark of Death, a dragonmark thought lost to time.
- Monja: A female halfling shaman and heir to the leadership of the Wandering Inn.
- Sallah: a female hot-tempered red-haired knight and second-in-command under Deothen.
- Te'oma: a changeling agent of the Lich Queen Vol, sent by her mistress to find the bearer of the Mark of Death.
- Xalt: a warforged artificer who displays a higher sense of morality than his former comrades who were aligned with the Lord of Blades.
- Duro Darumnakt: A dwarf of clan Drakyager of the Mror Holds. Leader of the patrols through Mount Darumkrak.