Ragnar the Murderer

Ragnar the Murderer Star crossed lovers in tenth century Britain but who is sentenced to death A D East Anglia under the Danelaw Half breed Dane Ragnar Longreach does his best to fit in with his kinfolk but always

  • Title: Ragnar the Murderer
  • Author: Lily Byrne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Star crossed lovers in tenth century Britain but who is sentenced to death 914 A.D East Anglia under the Danelaw.Half breed Dane, Ragnar Longreach, does his best to fit in with his kinfolk, but always feels like an outcast When he meets the English Aelfwyn, also spurned by her clan, sparks fly and they begin a passionate affair But she is promised to another man and foStar crossed lovers in tenth century Britain but who is sentenced to death 914 A.D East Anglia under the Danelaw.Half breed Dane, Ragnar Longreach, does his best to fit in with his kinfolk, but always feels like an outcast When he meets the English Aelfwyn, also spurned by her clan, sparks fly and they begin a passionate affair But she is promised to another man and forbidden to consort with Danes When her betrothed is murdered, Ragnar is the obvious suspect Did he commit the crime, or is he just a pawn in someone else s game

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    937 thoughts on “Ragnar the Murderer”

    1. Okay…Is this a romance book, an adventure, a suspense, a thriller, historical? I don’t know. Just when you want to pigeonhole this thing into a neat and easy package, it switches gears. This is the first of anything I’d read by Lily Byrne, and I’m impressed. The book is essentially about two hostile groups of people who live in an uneasy truth. Ragnar and Aelfwyn fall in love, and of course, they’re on opposite sides. Okay, you’ve heard it all before, right? Didn’t Shakespeare writ [...]



    2. This was a good read. You have a couple of forbidden loves in this story and lots of secrets and treachery. There wasn't any dull moments and there was a good deal of action in it. I really enjoyed reading it but it doesn't really stand out or makes me want to read it again but still a good read that I'm glad I read!


    3. If you want an escape from reality this summer then this is the book for you. It’s filled with lust, betrayal, passion and of course Vikings! Good-looking young, strapping Vikings – what more do you need! It’s obviously well research, making it all the more authentic. I hope for another in the series. Highly recommended!


    4. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but this was not it. The story doesn't get rolling until about midway, but context clues from the title pretty much tell you where it's going. Nothing surprising or exciting here.


    5. 3*** This is a good love story. With very interesting historical elements showing how people lived in the time. One part where there is a big fight going on and something happens that changes how the two villages feel about each other.



    6. Slow, boring, didn't like the characters or the plot. Did feel I learned about this time period and its people though.




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