James, Frank. The Kelt [June 2005; 1st century B.C.]. The Gaulish
warrior-prince Vercingetorix defies fate in rebelling
against the Roman conquerors of his homeland under Julius Caesar.
Janoda, Jeff. Saga [April 2005; 10th century A.D.]. To spite his ruthless son Arnkel, Thorolf the Viking trades
away the family’s lands in medieval Iceland, and the son swears to get them
back at any cost.
|Altimari, William. Legion
[1st century B.C.]. Massed Germans are
preparing to overrun Gaul, and a tough Roman centurion must whip his raw recruits into a fighting force that can turn back the barbarians.
Mother of Kings [10th century A.D.]. With
shamanic powers at her disposal, Gunnhild
realizes her ambition to marry the Norse
king Eirik Blood-Ax, and subsequently
wields the power behind his throne.
Alice. The Silver Wolf [8th century A.D.]. Regeane, a
teenage werewolf and a distant relative
of Charlemagne, escapes from her
uncles clutches and prowls the
streets of eighth-century Rome.
Alice. The Wolf King [8th century A.D.]. A
fugitive Saxon slave rescues the werewolf
Regeane from an Alpine blizzard, and the
two, with Regeanes mate Maeniel,
attach themselves to the court of
indexes, authors’ websites
Brandewyne, Rebecca. Swan
[9th century A.D.]. Wulfgar Bloodaxe takes
the Welsh princess Rhowenna captive
during a Viking raid on Welsh territory,
and discovers that she has mystical
powers along with her other excellences.
William D. Tara, Princess of
Wales [9th century A.D.]. A Welsh
warrior-princess becomes the lover of a
Viking chieftain, commands a trade
mission to Byzantium, and fights her way
back to Britain.
Michael. Eaters of the Dead [10th
century A.D.]. Ahmad Ibn
Fadlan, a cultured diplomat from Baghdad,
is carried off to the barbarous North by
a band of Vikings. (Also published as The
Crone-Aamot, Olav. Magnus the Viking [10th century A.D.]. Magnus
Haraldsson, a young Norseman, takes a blood oath to avenge the death of his father at the hands of Hjartan the
titles . . .]