Retired art teacher Alfred Baldwin thinks he has found a primitive but perfect artist's studio, isolated at the edge of ancient Suffolk woodland. Bewildered by his wife's desertion and at odds with modern living it seems just the place to live just the way that he wants to. He hadn't envisaged any neighbours other than local wildlife, but soon discovers that he shares his home with some Anglo Saxon elves. What is more they have a challenge for him! Join Alfred's adventures as he cycles the old trackways of East Anglia discovering ancient places, hidden history and folklore, and carrying an essential supply of cheese.
He has a smattering of Old English language and history, cheese, maps, and his wits to protect him.As in the previous book 'Adventures in Aelphame' there are copious end notes on place name origins, folklore, history and quirky facts.
Author: Pete Jennings
Publisher: Independently Published
Retired art teacher Alfred Baldwin has a big secret: the elves that live beneath his rural Suffolk studio. They are descended from those who came over with the Anglo Saxons and live to about 600 years old. Then they come to him with a problem that only he can help them with, and their future safety depends on it.Join him as he cycles the East coast of Suffolk and the county border with Norfolk, whilst dark forces do their worst to hinder or destroy them. He has a smattering of Old English language and history, cheese, maps, and his wits to protect him.As in the previous book 'Adventures in Aelphame' there are copious end notes on place name origins, folklore, history and quirky facts. You do not need to have read that book first to understand or enjoy this one.