Daughter of the Wolf
Head of Zeus
Set in 9th century England during the Dark Ages before the Norman Conquest, Daughter of the Wolf is a tale about a land ruled by rival kings. Radmer of Donmouth is guardian of the estuary, the gateway to Northumbria. When his king sends him on a mission to Rome, Donmouth is left in the safekeeping of Radmer’s only daughter, Elfrun. But powerful conspiracies are being woven, and deadly rivals are circling, ready to take advantage of Donmouth’s young and inexperienced new ruler.
"A beautiful rich tale... The deep joys of this book is in its portrayl of everyday life in harsh times [as] the heroine grapples with how to wield power... Fascinating.' The Times
'Captivating... the deep historical detail and the beutiful descriptive language make this a cracking read.' The Bookbag
'An engaging, enthralling and beautifully written book. The characters have a depth to them that is hard to find, and their stories weave together seemingly effortlessly.' Amazon Customer (5 stars)