The Duncullen Saga

 

A darkness runs through Duncullen Estate.

 Book One: AROON

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Young heir Richard Lynche is suffocating. Between his father’s disgust and his mother’s plunge into a drug-induced lethargy, his only solace are the arms of the new maid, Eveleen. Yet, mounting pressures give rise to chillingly ominous visions. Richard must destroy his parents’ choke-hold and create a life with Eveleen whilst desperately maintaining a grip on his sanity.

He must eradicate the torture. Whatever it takes. 

 “Great read! Loved the way the author develops the characters. You don’t want to leave them when finished.”

“Twists to the story that I didn’t expect. The research the author did for authenticity is evident on every page.”

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Book Two: Harps Upon the Willows

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“Some things are worth dying for.”

It is 1766. Surrounded by obscene poverty, Nan Scully is hell-bent on joining the secret agrarian rebels who are taking a stand. Little does she know her greatest enemy is her father, Sir Richard Lynche.

Alistair Moore, local priest and boyhood friend of Sir Richard, speaks out against the gentry’s oppression. He becomes their prime target in the battle to crush the rebels–if his own demons don’t do him in first.

Nan and Alistair’s fates become entwined on a treacherous road leading directly to the gallows.

“I enjoyed every word and had a hard time putting it down. This is a sequel worth reading! I would give it more than 5 stars if it were possible!”

“WOW!!! A wonderful second story in this series. I was not disappointed. The story flowed. Loved every minute of it. I ended with a sigh, sorry to see it go.”

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Book Three: In Production

Look for it in the Summer of 2019!



 

5 thoughts on “The Duncullen Saga

  1. I just finished Aroon!! Wow! I could not put it down from the very beginning. Now I need the next book. I have to know what happens to little Nan. Historical fiction is my favorite genre of literature. You did an excellent job writing this one. Thank you for entertaining me with your talent!!

    1. Thank you. I’m thrilled that you liked it. Don’t worry–more Nan to come!

  2. Mary Beth, just finished reading your book and it was excellent, couldn’t but it down and can’t wait for your next one. Your folks would be so proud of you!

    1. Thank you, Ann. It means so much from someone who has known me as long as you have!

  3. Can’t wait for book 2!!

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