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After Whorl: Donning Double Cloaks (#3 – Celtic Fervour series)

by: Nancy Jardine

Pursued by Rome.

AD73 Northern Britannia

After King Venutius’ defeat, Brennus of Garrigill – known as Bran – maintains a spy network monitoring Roman activity in Brigantia. Relative peace reigns till AD 78 when Roman Governor Agricola marches his legions to the far north. Brennus is always one step ahead of the Roman Army as he seeks the Caledon Celt who will lead all tribes in battle against Rome.

Ineda of Marske treks northwards with her master, Tribune Valerius, who is responsible for supplying Agricola’s northern campaigns. At Inchtuthil Roman Fort Ineda flees seeking fellow Brigantes congregating on the foothills of Beinn na Ciche.

Will the battle against the Romans bring Ineda and Brennus together again?

Meet the Author
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NANCY JARDINE writes across different sub-genres of fiction. She's a member of the ROMANTIC NOVELISTS' ASSOCIATION, THE SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION OF WRITERS and THE FEDERATION OF WRITERS SCOTLAND. Her contemporary mystery thriller TOPAZ EYES was a FINALIST in THE PEOPLE'S BOOK PRIZE 2014, Fiction category. Fantastic world locations are also included in her other contemporary mysteries - MONOGAMY TWIST and TAKE ME NOW - giving her readers a sense of having hitched a ride to those amazing places. Naturally, they're at liberty to slope off when assassins appear and spoil the fun! The CELTIC FERVOUR SERIES allows a reader to immerse themselves in late first century Roman Britain. It's a bygone era when a Celtic warrior clan faces the legions of the mighty Roman Empire. She regularly gives Author presentations to local groups either on her novels; Roman Scotland; or a combination of both.
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Pursued by Rome.

AD73 Northern Britannia

After King Venutius’ defeat, Brennus of Garrigill – known as Bran – maintains a spy network monitoring Roman activity in Brigantia. Relative peace reigns till AD 78 when Roman Governor Agricola marches his legions to the far north. Brennus is always one step ahead of the Roman Army as he seeks the Caledon Celt who will lead all tribes in battle against Rome.

Ineda of Marske treks northwards with her master, Tribune Valerius, who is responsible for supplying Agricola’s northern campaigns. At Inchtuthil Roman Fort Ineda flees seeking fellow Brigantes congregating on the foothills of Beinn na Ciche.

Will the battle against the Romans bring Ineda and Brennus together again?