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The Amber Treasure
0 minutes | May 5, 2010
Other Titles by Richard Denning
37 minutes | May 4, 2010
Episode 16: The final episode. What happens to Hussa?
29 minutes | May 4, 2010
Episode 15: The Battle of Catreath reaches its climax. But can Cerdic find Mildrith.
32 minutes | Apr 20, 2010
Episode 14: Can Cerdic persuade the Prince to stop and fight?
30 minutes | Apr 16, 2010
Episode 13: The battle turns into a slaughter and Cerdic is on the wrong side.
31 minutes | Apr 11, 2010
Episode 12: Cerdic finds out why Catraeth is so important and before he knows it finds himself in a battle.
32 minutes | Apr 2, 2010
Episode 11: Cerdic meets the King and then is off again to war. But where are they going and why?
29 minutes | Mar 23, 2010
Episode 10: The company must fight to get home. But how will Cynric deal with Aedann?
31 minutes | Mar 16, 2010
Episode 9: Cerdic and the company now face a desperate fight to escape the fort.
30 minutes | Mar 10, 2010
Episode 8: Cerdic finally confronts the traitor, but all is not what is seems.
34 minutes | Mar 9, 2010
Episode 7: Cerdic and his friends are with an army raiding Elmet. But it all goes very wrong.
30 minutes | Mar 7, 2010
Episode 6: As the full horror of the raid becomes apparent, Cerdic prepares to leave home and go to war.
31 minutes | Feb 23, 2010
Episode 5 of The Amber Treasure: The boys fight their first battle and death comes to the village.
30 minutes | Feb 23, 2010
Episode 4 of The Amber Treasure read by the author. Hussa and Cerdic fight in a tournament to win a sword. Then war comes to Cerdham.
29 minutes | Feb 23, 2010
The Amber Treasure by Richard Denning read by the author. Episode 3: Gathering war clouds and more about Hussa and Aedann.
29 minutes | Feb 22, 2010
The Amber Treasure by Richard Denning read by the author. Episode 2: Cerdic discovers he has rivals and enemies.
28 minutes | Feb 22, 2010
This is a reading of The Amber Treasure, by Richard Denning, read by the author. This is the Prologue 'My Uncle' and Chapter 1 'The Villa'. My uncle stood on the battlefield, surrounded by the corpses of his men.
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