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Named of the Dragon

Susanna Kearsley

Paperback

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"I've loved every one of Susanna's books! She has bedrock research and a butterfly's delicate touch with characters—sure recipe for historical fiction that sucks you in and won't let go!"—DIANA GABALDON, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Outlander

From bestselling author Susanna Kearsley comes a story in which romance and the paranormal combine in a suspenseful Welsh setting to inspire one woman to confront the past and face her own ghosts.

The charm of spending the Christmas holidays in South Wales, with its rich history, crumbling castles and ancient myths, seems the perfect distraction from the nightmares that have plagued literary agent Lyn Ravenshaw since the loss of her baby five years ago.

Instead, she meets an emotionally fragile young widow who's convinced that Lyn's recurring dreams have drawn her to Castle Farm for an important purpose—and she's running out of time.

With the help of a reclusive, brooding playwright, Lyn begins to untangle the mystery and is pulled into a world of Celtic legends, dangerous prophecies, and a child destined for greatness.

Generations of Welsh history haunt Named of the Dragon, but the light that shines through the shadows is sure to draw fans of Diana Gabaldon, Kate Morton and Kate Mosse.

Also by Susanna Kearsley:

The Winter Sea

The Firebird

A Desperate Fortune

The Rose Garden

The Shadowy Horses

The Splendour Falls

Season of Storms

Mariana

Bellewether



Praise For Named of the Dragon

"Susanna Kearsley delivers a cozy yet atmospheric novel of love, loss and Arthurian legend set in Wales." — Shelf Awareness Reader

Sourcebooks Landmark, 9781402258640, 336pp.

Publication Date: October 6, 2015



About the Author

New York Times, USA Today, and Globe and Mail bestselling author Susanna Kearsley is a former museum curator who loves restoring the lost voices of real people to the page, often in twin-stranded stories that interweave present and past. Her award-winning novels have been published in translation in more than 25 countries. She lives near Toronto.