Cwen, a poor weaver struggling to make a living at Whitby Abbey, is accused of possessing a valuable necklace; if found guilty she could be hanged. Wulfrun, Cwen's daughter, sets out to prove her mother's innocence.
Set in turbulent Anglo-Saxon times, this is the story of a resourceful, dauntless heroine, determined and clever as the wolf that she is named for.
In WOLF GIRL, Theresa Tomlinson links her enthusiasm for creating strong, adventurous heroines with her interest in history and mythology of the North East Coast of England.
A most compelling read to immerse yourself in. The period details feel authentic without obtruding into the development of the characters and story line
Tomlinson has skilfully woven known facts and real people with invented characters to form an exciting historical novel . . . shows her talents to the full
This is a novel sure to please any reader looking for intrigue and adventure
Whitby Abbey and its community are brought vividly to life . . . The book just abounds with strong, independent female characters, the pace is just perfect and the twists and turns of the plot never become confusing . . . Wolf Girl should be fascinating for young people and adults alike
Older readers will enjoy this exciting historical novel