The Light of Tara: A Novel of Saint Patrick
Kidnapped by Irish pirates as a teen, Patrick makes a bold escape home to Britain only to hear an insistent call in a dream: COME BACK.
“Full of action and intrigue yet true to historical detail.”
—Lisa M. Hendey, author of The Secret of the Shamrock
"An utterly delightful journey to ancient Ireland. Remarkable!"
--Sarah Reinhard, SnoringScholar
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THE THRONE OF TARA
Based on the thrilling true story of Columba of Iona, the hot-headed Irish warrior-monk exiled to Scotland where he dueled the Druids, miracles versus magic.
"A spellbinding tale with a powerful descriptive flair; a striking story not quickly forgotten."
The Milwaukee Journal
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BLOOD OF THE MARTYRS
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