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This sequel to The Wild Hunt ( LJ 9/1/91) continues the tale of Norman lords on the Welsh border in the 12th century. Henry I has secured his throne, but the succession is in doubt after the death of his only son. Henry seeks to have his daughter Maud confirmed as heir but must outface hostile barons who do not want a female ruler. Lord Guyon's daughter Heulwen and Adam de Lacey, babies in the first book, are the protagonists here. As before, the emphasis is on romance rather than history, as Heulwen and Adam fall in love, marry, and endure personal and political crises prompted by Henry, Maud, and their Welsh and Norman neighbors. Recommended for large collections.-- Mary Ann Parker, California Dept. of Water Resources Law Lib., Sacramento
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780750503570
  • Publisher: Magna Large Print Books
  • Publication date: 7/28/1992
  • Series: Magna Large Print Series
  • Pages: 472

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2012

    Fantastic read!!!

    Elizabeth Chadwick has created a truly wonderful plot with The Running Vixen. As the sequel to The Wild Hunt, the characters of Judith and Guyon FitzMiles again make an appearance. However the focus of the story is on Guyon's daughter Heulwen and his foster son Adam de Lacey and Adam's desire to have Heulwen see him as more than just a friend. With such an intriguing plot it will be hard to put this book down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2004

    Running Vixen

    This book follows Chadwick's 'The Wild Hunt', as the second book in her trilogy. With the battles in the Welsh Marches raging around them, and the intrigue of Henry I's court, Adam de Lacey fights to convince Heulwen (his foster-sister) that he is no longer a boy - and definitely not her brother. One passionate filled night seals their fate, and they must fight through the treachery that surrounds them to survive. This is a stunning read from Elizabeth Chadwick, and not to be missed!

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