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About the Author: Charles W. Whistler

          The Reverend Charles Watts Whistler MRCS, LSA, (1856-1913) was a writer of historic fiction that plays between 600 and 1100 AD, usually based on early English/Saxon chronicles, Norse or Danish Sagas and archeological discoveries.
          He studied medicine at St Thomas's Hospital, London, and was a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons and a Licentiate of the Society of Apothecaries. After practicing as a surgeon he was ordained deacon in 1884 and priest in 1885.
          He then served as a clergyman in a succession of parishes. Whistler was interested in the history of England before the Norman Conquest and this is reflected in the subject matter of his prolific work as a historical novelist.

His works include:
A Thane of Wessex: Being a Story of the Great Viking Raids into Somerset (1896)
Wulfric the Weapon Thane: A Story of the Danish Conquest of East Anglia (1897)
King Olaf's Kinsman: A Story of the Last Saxon Struggle Against the Danes in the Days of Ironside and Cnut (1898)
A King's Comrade: A Story of Old Hereford (1905)
A Sea Queen's Sailing (1906)

He also writes under:

Charles Whistler
Charles W. (Charles Watts) Whistler
Charles Watts Whistler

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The title which stands at the head of this story is not my own. It belongs to one whose name must come very often into that which I have to tell, for it is through him that I am what I may be, and it is because of him that there is anything worth telling of my doings at all.

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