Black Irish

When Jack Gruffydd crosses the Irish Sea he is disturbed by an odd sense of recognition meeting Kate. She thought the peat bog Celtic cross she'd found at the ancient monastic site in Athlone was magical but fear crossed Jack’s heart and time pressed its weight on him as it had many times before. This time though, he understands.
Jack and Kate are about to discover they have a history. More
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About Tracey Lee Hoy

Australian born, Tracey lives with her family in South Wales. Awarded a Highly Commended for short story in the NSWSC, she wrote two comedy sketches aired on radio in Western Sydney. She is also an amateur musician and watercolour artist and works in education.
Her first edition of, Rhuddlan, first book in the Conwy series was first published by Authorhouse in 2007. Rhuddlan, Conwy, Padraig, and Galen's Child are now available in Ebook format from most international distributors.
The fifth and final book in the Conwy series: Caery's Gift will be published during 2017.
Other titles by this author are: Lilláen of the Lake, What Brainstem and Other Anecdotes, Illustrated Children’s picture book Cadwy's Haircut, and Writing was the Easy Part – a self-help guide to improving writing.

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Review by: Wendi Nichols on Aug. 25, 2011 : (no rating)
This is a very good read, from start to finish. Have read rhuddlan so was happy to follow on. Now i will go for the rest of the series. It really takes you into another time, with character depth and plot, thank u tracey, couldnt put it down till i finished....did it in one sitting it was so engrossing.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
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