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The War Wolf (The Sorrow Song Trilogy #1)

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The War Wolf recounts the opening battle of 1066. King Hardrada of Norway out manoeuvres King Harold of England by landing the largest Viking army ever to set foot in the north of the kingdom. He is aided by Tostig Godwinson, the traitorous brother of the King of England.

Unaware of the coming danger Coenred, an elite warrior of the Saxon army, considers retiring to his est
ebook, 304 pages
Published September 20th 2013 by Peter C Whitaker
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The historical fiction novel The War Wolf is the first in a trilogy about the events in England in 1066. In The War Wolf the author, Peter C Whitaker, tells the captivating story of The Battle of Fulford, which marked the beginning of an extremely consequential chain of events that would change the history of England and the World.

According to the author, the Battle of Fulford Gate is the forgotten battle, overshadowed by the more famous battles of Stamford and Hastings. The Battle of Fulford i
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UK Amazon Kindle ...: Peter C Whitaker 42 51 May 08, 2015 12:05AM  
My father worked in engineering and mother in printing. I left school with unexceptional qualifications and after a series of dead-end jobs I went to Coleg Harlech Adult Education College in Gwynedd, North Wales, to study English Literature and Philosophy. After graduating I drifted into the Civil Service.

My mother ensured that both I and my two brothers could read and write before we started scho
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