LIT_Fiction

The Ring Givers

W H Canaway

Gold was the need of the Ring Giver and the power of the vast gold hoard king Froda, which had an uncanny influence on men's fates, binds together the mythical, historical and some fictitious elements in this book, in an attempt to bring the Heroic Age to life. It was clear that the old ideas and aspirations were growing inadequate; and Beowulf, seeing clearly though belatedly that peace was best, was forced into war, simply to live up to the ideals of the Ring Giver.

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Harry Doing Good

W H Canaway

'Do-gooders', says Harry Eckington, 'do better'. And as he sets off for a holiday in Snowdonia with his oddly assorted group of young friends rescued from the youth club and its supposedly homosexual leader, all seems set fair for a healthy, invigorating, uplifting week in the mountains....

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The Helmet and The Cross

W H Canaway

The discovery in the Holy Land of a helmet and a gold box belonging to a Roman centurion begins and epic story that blends biblical mythology and high adventure, and seeks to unlock a mystery that stretches through to the 20th Century and beyond.

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