Child of Loki

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A divided land ... a divided family.

Child of Loki is the sequel to The Amber Treasure. It follows the story of Cerdic and Northumbria through another six of the darkest years of the dark ages. More
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About Richard Denning

Hi - I am Richard Denning. I was born in Ilkeston in Derbyshire and I live in Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands. For 27 years I worked as a GP before leaving medicine to focus on writing and games.

Activities and Interests
I am a writer with a strong interest in historical settings as well as horror and fantasy.

Reading - Well I love to. Here are some of my favourite books
Lord of the Rings
Sharpe Series (Bernard Cornwell and his other books)
Eagle Series Simon Scarrow
Disk world books - Terry Pratchett
Neverwhere Neil Gaiman

I am also a keen player of board games and other games and run UK Games Expo (the UK's largest mixed format Games convention). I am a game designer and have pubished several games one of which was inspired by the Great Fire on London.

My websites
For my writing projects go here:
For more on Great Fire: London 1666 (the board game):
Find out more about UK Games Expo:

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About the Series: Northern Crown
Historical Fiction in Dark Ages Britain ...all good stories are about a sword.

The Northern Crown series follows the story of a young nobleman - Cerdic as he lives through the darkest years of the Dark Ages. Through his eyes we witness the climatic events that forged the nations of Britain. The series begns in 580 - the year of his birth. By the end of book 5 the story has reached the year 612.

Explore the darkest years of the dark ages with Cerdic.

Also in Series: Northern Crown

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Rodney Kindlund reviewed on Jan. 7, 2021

After reading the first book of the series, I had to get ahold of the second book in the series. Child of Loki is, as was the first book of the series, a page-turner—it was hard to put down. Amber Treasure was an excellent read, so I a following it by reading Child of Loki, which is also very accurate to that period of history. Thanks.....
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
mdTBY reviewed on July 20, 2015

Could not put it down. The dark age is not a period I had heard much about but Richard's writing was so graphic I almost felt as if I was a spectator at the scene. Thoroughly enjoyed this book and will be reading the rest of the series.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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