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- Language: English
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On arrival at the wee cottage she has rented, she discovers there are a couple of groups of university people doing different studies in the area. In one group is an old friend, John, with whom she soon ends up in cahoots as strange things and strange people are spotted.
Being an outsider in the village, she soon comes to the attention of the local Laird, Henry, who lives in the Big House and has an extensive library which he makes available to her. And then more strange and disturbing events occur and you are drawn into the murder, mystery, myth, or is it magic???
I loved the book and could not put it down. I enjoyed having a main character who is nearer my own age, I enjoyed the story being set in Scotland (obviously) and I just found it to be so easy to read, from paragraph 1 of chapter 2, I was in that village with them and living the story. (chapter 1 was setting the scene from the past!!) It was one of those books you can't stop reading, but don't want it to end........ Now Tabitca, please hurry up with book 2!!!!!
Basically story of an academic who got involved in a scenario which was loosely linked to her research into Merlin living in Scotland at some time. She met up with other academics and then the fun began. Come on Ms Cope, get on with the next two books please.
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In all, a gripping, highly enjoyable page-turner - a brilliant first-novel from Tabitca Cope and I can't wait to read the rest of the trilogy.
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