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Rome's protection has been withdrawn. Britain’s underbelly is exposed. The first three novels of the acclaimed Dominic historical thriller series for the price of one. The Red and Savage Tongue Dominic’s Quest and Badon Hill The Red and Savage Tongue Rome has abandoned Britannia, leaving its people undefended. Anglo Saxon warriors, previously employed as mercenaries, no Rome's protection has been withdrawn. Britain’s underbelly is exposed. The first three novels of the acclaimed Dominic historical thriller series for the price of one. The Red and Savage Tongue Dominic’s Quest and Badon Hill The Red and Savage Tongue Rome has abandoned Britannia, leaving its people undefended. Anglo Saxon warriors, previously employed as mercenaries, now see themselves as conquerors. The scene is set, as more war bands cross the North Sea to take British gold, slaves, and land. One Briton, alone in the forest, wanting only to live as a hunter and trapper, is about to have his life changed forever. Dominic will become the hope of abandoned Britons. Dominic the wolf slayer will become the nemesis of any evil that enters his forest realm. Dominic's Quest Ranulf, the Saxon, is a callous raider. Griff, the Briton, a heartless profiteer. Both are driven by a lust for gold. Their business is slaves; in particular, slave children who command a high price in Hibernia. But Ranulf has raided too deeply into the west; has taken children precious beyond mere gold. Worse still, he has taken from Arthur's people, and Arthur does not tolerate thieves. Arthur turns to the one man in Britannia with the guile to follow the intricate slave trail—he turns to Dominic, and so sets him upon his incredible journey through the dark, unforgiving lands of Britannia and Hibernia. Badon Hill The Saxons have conquered South East Britannia, but the lands further west have always eluded them. Repeatedly,they attempt to break Arthur’s dominance of the West Country, but to no avail. Arthur and his stronghold of Brythonfort are a breakwater upon which the Saxon threat always falters. But now circumstances have changed; now they have forged an alliance with a rogue British tribe and the ruthless Guertepir; now they can attack in great numbers and draw Arthur from his bastion. Their immediate goal is the restored spa town of Aquae Sulis. Above the town, the high ground of Badon Hill awaits.


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Rome's protection has been withdrawn. Britain’s underbelly is exposed. The first three novels of the acclaimed Dominic historical thriller series for the price of one. The Red and Savage Tongue Dominic’s Quest and Badon Hill The Red and Savage Tongue Rome has abandoned Britannia, leaving its people undefended. Anglo Saxon warriors, previously employed as mercenaries, no Rome's protection has been withdrawn. Britain’s underbelly is exposed. The first three novels of the acclaimed Dominic historical thriller series for the price of one. The Red and Savage Tongue Dominic’s Quest and Badon Hill The Red and Savage Tongue Rome has abandoned Britannia, leaving its people undefended. Anglo Saxon warriors, previously employed as mercenaries, now see themselves as conquerors. The scene is set, as more war bands cross the North Sea to take British gold, slaves, and land. One Briton, alone in the forest, wanting only to live as a hunter and trapper, is about to have his life changed forever. Dominic will become the hope of abandoned Britons. Dominic the wolf slayer will become the nemesis of any evil that enters his forest realm. Dominic's Quest Ranulf, the Saxon, is a callous raider. Griff, the Briton, a heartless profiteer. Both are driven by a lust for gold. Their business is slaves; in particular, slave children who command a high price in Hibernia. But Ranulf has raided too deeply into the west; has taken children precious beyond mere gold. Worse still, he has taken from Arthur's people, and Arthur does not tolerate thieves. Arthur turns to the one man in Britannia with the guile to follow the intricate slave trail—he turns to Dominic, and so sets him upon his incredible journey through the dark, unforgiving lands of Britannia and Hibernia. Badon Hill The Saxons have conquered South East Britannia, but the lands further west have always eluded them. Repeatedly,they attempt to break Arthur’s dominance of the West Country, but to no avail. Arthur and his stronghold of Brythonfort are a breakwater upon which the Saxon threat always falters. But now circumstances have changed; now they have forged an alliance with a rogue British tribe and the ruthless Guertepir; now they can attack in great numbers and draw Arthur from his bastion. Their immediate goal is the restored spa town of Aquae Sulis. Above the town, the high ground of Badon Hill awaits.

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