Young cleric, Wulfgar, does not believe that his older brother is capable of treason. And yet Wystan stands accused of plotting to overthrow King Edward and place his cousin, Seiriol on the throne.
It is clear that Seiriol and the Archbishop plan to lead an army to conquer Leicester. The Archbishop is an empire-builder, and Seiriol is ruthless. Together, they appear unstoppable.
With the evading army continually gathering force, can Wulfgar unearth the evidence to exonerate his brother before he suffers a traitor's death...?
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V. M. WHITWORTH is an academic and historian. After reading English at Oxford, an M.A. and D.Phil from the Centre for Medieval Studies in York, V.M. published Dying and Death in Later Anglo-Saxon England. Having worked as a lecturer, tour guide, artist's model and EFL teacher, V. M. now lives on a smallholding in Orkney with family, cats, ducks and occasional sheep, planning further adventures for Wulfgar.Review:
"Whitworth tells her story with some elan but its strength lies particularly in the characterization of the appealing Wulfgar, a civilised man forced to live in a society where violence rules the roost" The Sunday Times
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