By: Charles Marlin
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Cover and eBook conversion, 2012. The cover is derived from a pencil drawing owned by the author. The drawing treatment and font are fanciful to match the tale set at the mythical Albright Manor in Medieval Wales.
Albright Manor, an uncharted island in the raw sea of England, is ruled by Lady Ead, a descendent of Welsh prince Cerdic and his Cutthroats. Inhabitants face the relentless scourge of the Black Plague. Lady Ead fights for personal and sexual freedom from church and ignorance, and to keep alive her Welsh values even when it means killing off those who would do Albright harm. She redefines family by love and loyalty rather that by blood and church vows.
The Welsh Root is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. For more information about the author’s works, see Charles Marlin’s Amazon author page.