Troubador Boudica’s Daughter

Released: 28/07/2020

ISBN: 9781838593582

eISBN: 9781838598501

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Boudica’s Daughter


‘Sam Hutchins manages to turn the pivotal nightmare on which much of the drama is based into a kind of measure of the delicacy of emotions behind the central love story.’ – Irina Hale, author.

It’s 60AD. Roman Britannia is a world of shifting alliances and imperial control. The death of the Iceni king divests the royal family of its power and its lands become imperial estates. The queen, Voada, and her two daughters feel the full weight of Roman greed and desire as their world changes dramatically around them.

Seeking revenge, Voada is named the Boudica, the military leader of the resistance movement. She and her daughters, Caitlyn and Keara, hold together a mixed band of disenchanted Britons. Crossing the boundaries of their lands, burning, killing, destroying, they seek the formidable Roman enemy and its collaborators.

On this journey through war Keara has to unmask the enemy and face some terrifying truths. The fall of the royal family might end Iceni rule… but it might also bring down Roman Britannia.

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Sam F. Hutchins

Sam F. Hutchins was born and grew up in London. She studied archaeology, ancient history and cultural studies at Exeter University, and has worked as a journalist, public relations officer, archaeologist and teacher. She is now a senior lecturer in English literature at Orleans University, France. She has published non-fiction work, a book called Boudica's Odyssey in Early Modern England (Ashgate, 2014), and a number of articles.

She is married to an archaeologist. They have three daughters and live near Paris.

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