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Odin’s wolves land in Italy and the seductive scent of gold is in the air…
1043 AD C. Halfdan and the Wolves of Odin escaped Constantinople with their lives, barely, but not with their ship. Now mercenaries in the Byzantine army, they sail to Puglia in Italy to help retake territory from the Normans.
But cracks are beginning to show between the close-knit wolves. Giving up her norn-woven fate to continue her journey with Halfdan, Gunnhild has lost the ability to communicate with the goddess Freyja and thus glimpse the future. And Ketil the Icelander, who has seen his ship, the Sea Wolf, stolen once again, is angered that seemingly every decision Halfdan makes takes her further away from his original promise of wealth and fame.
But aboard his ship is an officer under secret orders from the general in charge of the Italian campaign, Maniakes. Orders will throw everything into chaos and put a fork in the path of Odin’s wolves. Everyone has to choose: Loyalty to self or to the pack?
The exciting third installment in the Wolves of Odin series, featuring a thrilling hunt across war-torn Italy. Perfect for fans of Giles Kristian and Bernard Cornwell.
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After spending much of his childhood visiting historic sites with his grandfather, Simon fell in love with the region’s Roman heritage, beginning with the world-famous Hadrian’s Wall. His fascination with antiquity was combined with interests in Egypt, Greece and Byzantium, although his focus has remained on Rome. Born and raised in Yorkshire with a love of the country, history and architecture, Simon spends most of his time visiting historic sites, writing, exploring the ancient world and reading.
Simon’s career meandered along a varied path from the Department of Agriculture to network management before returning to antiquity and going back to university to earn a degree in classical history. With a renewed love for all things Roman, he set out on a journey to transform Caesar’s Gallic War Diaries into a novel accessible to all. Marius’ Mules was completed in 2003 and has garnered considerable critical and bestseller status, spawning numerous sequels.
With over 40 novels available in numerous languages, Simon is a prolific writer spanning genres and eras, publishing novels both independently and through renowned publishers such as Canelo, Head of Zeus, and Orion. Simon’s diverse series covers numerous periods from Ancient Rome, Medieval and Renaissance Europe, Viking Byzantium, and the Knights Templar.
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