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The Third Lost Tale of Mercia: Aydith the Aetheling
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 3. Price: Free! Words: 5,540. Language: English. Published: June 25, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
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“The Lost Tales of Mercia” are ten short stories that can be enjoyed as quick glimpses into the swashbuckling history of ancient England or read in addendum to the novel, "Eadric the Grasper." Aydith is a young aetheling whose distrust of the Norsemen often gets dismissed. With the encouragement of a kind hearth companion named Hastings, she might find another way to aid her country.
The Sixth Lost Tale of Mercia: Hastings the Hearth Companion
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 6. Price: Free! Words: 7,240. Language: English. Published: July 26, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
“The Lost Tales of Mercia” are ten short stories set in England near the end of the Viking Age. These swashbuckling tales, based heavily on true events, educate and entertain simultaneously. In the Sixth Tale, a royal retainer named Hastings fights for his country and the Golden Cross, but entertains unrealistic notions of how his mistress, Aetheling Aydith, might reward him.
The Tenth Lost Tale of Mercia: Edmund the Aetheling
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 10. Price: Free! Words: 6,510. Language: English. Published: September 20, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
In the final Lost Tale, prince Edmund suspects a plot against his father's life. He turns to his siblings, Aydith and Aethelstan, for help, but King Ethelred heeds none of them. Will they ever find someone they can trust? “The Lost Tales of Mercia” are ten short stories set in Viking Age England. They introduce the characters of the novel, "Eadric the Grasper," but each story stands alone.