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    From author MJ Porter, comes a thrilling new hero.

    They sent 300 warriors to kill one man. It wasn’t enough.

    Mercia lies broken but not beaten, her alliance with Wessex in tatters.

    Coelwulf, a fierce and bloody warrior, hears whispers that Mercia has been betrayed from his home in the west. He fears no man, especially not the Vikings sent to hunt him down.

    To discover the truth of the rumours he hears, Coelwulf must travel to the heart of Mercia, and what he finds there will determine the fate of Mercia, as well as his own.

    ©2020 M J Porter (P)2021 M J Porter

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    • Darrell Rockwood
    • 27/05/2021

    Sooo Good

    Absolutely loved this book and cant wait for the rest of this series. I really hope this author has more books released on audible because I love her writing style and that era is unmatched to me.

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    • Shirley N.
    • 23/05/2021

    Coelwulf's Battle For Mercica

    I received a free copy of this audiobook from AudiobookBoom in exchange for an honest review.
    I loved this audiobook. I was distracted by the profanity, but I didn't let it ruin the experience for me. I figure it was an uncensored view in the trenches with Coelwulf and his men. Despite the language and murderous ways, the characters were likable and believable. The humanity the would be king of Mercia showed his men was evident. The narration was well done and the story was a flashback of the previous month leading up to the incident depicted in the prologue. It was very cleverly done by the author because what the reader assumes isn't necessarily the outcome.