Witch of the North
Against a vividly accurate panorama of fifth-century England--a time of Roman memories and Christian prayers, druid sacrifices and earth mother rites--Courtway Jones continues his fresh treatment of the Arthurian legends begun with In the Shadow of the Oak King. Now the mysterious woman Morgan la Fey comes to stunning life.
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