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Viking Sword Saxon Shield
By Keith Scrivener
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 114,310. Language: English. Published: February 13, 2011 by Mirador Publishing. Category: Fiction
In the year 988 vast Viking armies in fleets of Longships are threatening the Saxon port of Maldon on the Essex coast of England. The Vikings lured there by the horde of silver in King Aethelred's mint situated in the Burh, the fortified town.
Alfred the Great; Viking Invasion
By Bruce Corbett
Series: The Ambrose Chronicles, Book 7. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 92,390. Language: English. Published: April 14, 2012. Category: Fiction
When the leader of the Great Army invades Wessex in early winter, he nearly succeeds in Capturing Alfred and destroying the last independent Saxon kingdom in Britain. King Alfred hides in the forest, until he finds a base deep in the fastness of a marsh. Spring finds his men rallying to his banner, and eventually Alfred defeats the Viking king. Britain is saved.
Alfred the Great; Young Edward
By Bruce Corbett
Series: The Ambrose Chronicles, Book 9. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 67,370. Language: English. Published: October 6, 2012. Category: Fiction
Wessex faces the greatest invasion of Alfred the Great's life. A vast Viking alliance threatens the last independent Saxon kingdom in all England. Can Wessex survive the onslaught? Can the young Prince Edward lead a Saxon army to victory? Ambrose, Edward's uncle, and a Byzantine scholar will once again be called upon to help in the bitter struggle.
Invasion: Pendyffryn: The Conquerors: Book 1
By Lily Dewaruile
Series: Pendyffryn: The Conquerors. Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 93,400. Language: English. Published: November 17, 2012 by Eres Books. Category: Fiction
“You will know the man…” One woman stands against the INVASION of her home. One man holds her life in his hands. And… “he was not a man who needed a lot of women. He was a man who needed a lot of one woman. This woman.”