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The Saxon Wolves by Penny Ingham
Genre: historical fiction.
Tour Dates: 18th - 24th March 2019
Publication Date: 2016
Formats available: Mobi, Epub or PDF
1st Book in a series
Estimated Page Count -402
Types of post available: Reviews, guest posts, extracts and Q&As
Britain 455AD. The Roman Empire has fallen. As the daughter of a Saxon king and a priestess of the sacred grove, Anya’s life in Germania is one of wealth and privilege – until she dares to speak out against the high priest’s barbaric human sacrifices. Her punishment is exile. Forced to leave her homeland, she sails to Britannia with her brothers, who are to act as mercenaries for the British warlord Vortigern. Here she meets Silvanus, heir to the throne of Dumnonia, a kingdom at the very edge of the known world. But can their love survive on an island that is sliding into chaos and war, as rival kingdoms vie for power? Far from home, and viewed by many as the enemy, Anya must learn to survive amidst the bloodshed, treachery and intrigue of fifth century Britain. Can she find a place to belong - a home, a hearth, a welcome?
About Penny Ingham
Penny’s father, a journalist, instilled her with a love of history from an early age. Family holidays invariably included an invigorating walk up an Iron Age hill-fort whilst listening to his stirring stories of the Roman attack and the valiant defence by the Britons. Consequently, Penny has a degree in Classics and a passion for history and archaeology. She has enjoyed a varied career, including BBC production assistant, theatre PR and journalism, but her ambition was always to write historical fiction. Her first novel, The King’s Daughter, was awarded Editor’s Choice by the Historical Novel Society. Penny has worked on many archaeological excavations, and these ‘digs’ and their evocative finds often provide the inspiration for her books. Penny’s research also takes her to the many spectacular historical sites featured in this novel, including Hadrian’s Wall and Tintagel.
Follow Penny Ingham
Website - pennyingham.wordpress.com
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