Nina is a young ecology activist at Earthworks, overworked, underpaid, and unsure of her relationship with her enigmatic boss, Mark. Soon, however, a disturbing archaeological dig has uncovered the skeleton of a baby, buried in a shallow grave with it, the sword of a 13th-century crusader.
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Winter, 1994. an excavation in a lonely Wye Valley monastery uncovers the remains of a tiny baby – and unleashes the power of a turbulent past…
Nina, a young ecologist, is unsure of her relationship with her enigmatic boss, Mark. But when the baby is discovered, both Mark and Nina feel compelled to protect it, with a strength of emotion that seems unnatural…
Spring, 1211: A pregnant young women, Roese, embarks on a dangerous journey from France to her native Wales, in search of her missing husband. A former Crusader knight, Gawyn has been entrusted with a sacred task… and to fulfil it he will have to give up everything.
Nina and Mark, Roese and Gawyn. A fragile infant marks the beginning of their journey, to discover their destiny – and the secret that links them through the centuries…About the Author:
Elizabeth Harris was born in Cambridge and brought up in Kent, where she now lives with her family. A finalist in the Ian St James awards, she is the author of seven novels.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110006490387