Beagle Bay Books, 2003, 24.95, 269 pp.
In the fifth century Attila the Hun leads his invading horde against the collapsing Roman Empire, which offers little resistance. Used to taking charge and care for her family and desperate to save her people, the Burgundians, Gudrun decides she must stop Attila before he destroys Burgundy. She devices a simple plan similar to the Trojan Horse as she guesses what makes Attila tick.
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