The Merlin of the Oak Wood

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Tom Doherty Associates, Apr 14, 2003 - Fiction - 333 pages
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The year is 1425. France lies in bloody fragments, torn apart by decades of war. Merlin's ancient prophecy foretells that a maid will come to unite the kingdom and heal the land. But the land can't wait much longer. . .



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As the people of a divided France suffer under the ravages of English occupiers and Burgundian collaborators, a few believers in the prophecy of La Pucelle, the maiden whose coming will save France ... Read full review

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The Skirl of Pipes through the
Tight Heat under a Loose Sleeve
Flesh Hammered with Mail
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Ann Chamberlin is the author of such acclaimed historical novels Sofia, The Sultan's Daughter, and The Reign of the Favored Women. She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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