Valdar the Oft-Born

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Wildside Press LLC, Sep 1, 2007 - Fiction - 136 pages
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George Griffith, though almost forgotten today, was one of the most popular writers of his own time. He was a contemporary of the great British writers H. Rider Haggard, H.G. Wells, and A. Conan Doyle. "Valdar the Oft-Born" is a fantasy of reincarnation.
 

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Contents

A Stranger in the World
3
Prom Victory to Death
15
The TigerLord of Asshur
21
A Mystery of the Flesh
25
With Gudrun to Salem
29
Love Deadlier than Hate
35
Cleopatra
38
Bow and Sword once more X Ave Cesar
43
Through Strife to Eest
71
The Sea Wolves Guest
77
The Lily of the Northland
85
Foit the White Christ
86
In the Days of Great Elizabeth
97
The Fleet Invincible
107
The MartyrCrown of Fame
115
Ilma of England
119

From Actium to Calvary
53
The Sword of God
57
The Holy
61
Epilogue
127
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