A Tale of High Adventure in 1013.Young Wiley Outwits His Enemies and Follows a Dangerous Journey to Self-Discovery and Realization of Dreams
Alaskan author and mother of three Ruth Anderson Lawler republishes her book entitled Kinsman Redeemer
We donít know what the future holds. Although we make plans about who we want to become or what we want to do there is no guarantee it will come to pass. But if you trust Godís will, then you will know youíre in the best of hands. This is the lesson learned by a young English boy named Wiley, the protagonist in Ruth Anderson Lawlers book Kinsman†Redeemer.
Known as the Son of Nobody, Wiley is determined to become a knight even though his circumstances in life make that nearly impossible. When King Svein Forkbeard of Denmark comes to Rockhaven Castle in the spring of 1013 Wiley sneaks into the great hall to see Englandís enemy up close. There the boy is recognized by two Danes heís never seen before, and so begins a run for his life that will change his future forever.
When the Danes catch up with him again he is taken to Denmark where he learns his true identity. There he gains two unexpected allies in King Sveinís seventeen year old son, Knute,soon to become King of England, and Sveinís sister-in-law Lady Freya. Together, they and his friends from England are his companions as he probes the mysteries of a lady underground, his own beginnings, a missing parchment, the enigma of Godís foreknowledge and the nature of evil.
ďI consider this a book for all ages,Ē says the author. ďIt is especially recommended for teens and young adults who may be experiencing lifeís tough times. Readers will not only enjoy an adventure-mystery story but may also gather some important life lessons to cherish.Ē
A Tale of High Adventure in 1013
Written by Ruth Anderson Lawler
Paperback | $12.99
Hardcover | $28.99
Kindle | $2.99
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online retail stores.
About the Author
Born and raised in New England, Ruth Anderson Lawler earned a degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She moved to Wyoming, where she married a rancher named Jim. They moved again to Alaska and have since settled there
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