Hailstone Mountain (The Erling Skjalgsson Saga) by Lars Walker

I generally try to read anything by Lars Walker as I find him to be a skilled and interesting writer. This includes his historical fiction (a genre I am not a big fan of). So when I saw he had released Hailstone Mountain for Kindle I picked it up.  Hailstone Mountain is the second third (see Phil’s comment below) book in this series (The Erling Skjalgsson Saga) that I have read (the first being West Oversea). In the latest entry in the saga of Erling Skjalgsson, the 11th Century...

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West Oversea by Lars Walker

I have followed the writing of Lars Walker for some time (at Brandywine Books, The American Spectator, etc.).  And I was vaguely aware of this fiction writing but his books never bubbled up to the top of the reading pile for some reason. So when Lars asked if I wanted a review copy of his latest work, West Oversea, it seemed like a good time to rectify this gap in my reading.  I have been in a bit of a funk of late – not quite knowing what I want to read – and this seemed a good...

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