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It's summer. Live a little.
What if you killed someone for insulting you, and when their family took
you to court the judges punished them instead of you, for insulting the
law because the dead person knew what the law was and they must have
wanted it because they certainly went begging for it.
continuous Saga of Love, Murder, and War among people who'll balk at
nothing but a saleable excuse for their crooked courts, complete as the
Full Saga or available as 3 separate Volumes/Parts.
Volume/Part I, Grab The Wolf, Chieftains conspire, vengeance for old
killings visits, and loves and obsessions turn to murder.
Volume/Part II, Kill Them Twice, conspiracies bear fruit as battle
presages battle, hunters hunt, and war invades the forests.
Volume/Part III, war trades faces as the law and honor shove the hunter
home guard, sailors, and everyone's kin at the other's throats.
In the year 1000 Leif Erikson sailed to the New World and back to Greenland.
time Viking Outlaws who'd been run out of everywhere sailed back in
droves to the island of Hellulandia (Newfoundland). Many of the Irish
too sailed to New Tara (Chesapeake Bay) hoping to finally rid themselves
of those damn Norwegians and Danes. No such luck.
Hellulandia, law and order broke out again and their own outlaws were
tossed off the island west onto Skoggangurstrond (Outlaws Coast/New
Brunswick) where their descendants eventually again imposed law and
order, sort of, under new Chieftains who also took to outlawing and
booting out their own trash.
It's the year 1279 and everyone
including the Skraelings who've been there long before the Norse and
Irish are plotting to get rid of those double, triple, and quadruple
crossing guys who aren't their guys just one last time, all over again.
in the middle of Skoggangurstrond where all crossings converge are
Chieftain Tore's Ravens, who know a good deal about what's going to crop
up, having planted it, and great deal more about cutting it down.
and his crews are heading off to New Tara, leaving behind them his
twelve hunters, their leader his criminally womanizing Marshal, the
village priest and a blacksmith who are not supposed to even see the
army headed their way. Destroying it has been left in other hands.
But, . . .
the icy, edge of spring forest night a hundred women and girls who
can't stop fighting with each other and have never killed anything worse
than crop raiding pests follow the hunters into their black and
forbidding realm against an army twice the size those other hands
haven't done a thing about.
Foremost among Marshal Jarnulf's
fighting women are his current woman, and a most enticing infuriation,
his ex, warring with him and each other over who really owns him.
With bows, and steel they barely know how to use, the women can't win a fight and they know it.
with the skills of their hunters, undreamt even now, they're going to
find that in war as in love fair is a fable untold by an idiot, because
fair killed him before he could tell it.
Ravens, always last to leave the field of battle.