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The Witches of Crannock Dale Mara of the League Book 1 by Thomas M. Kane Genre: Fantasy

When an enemy army threatens eleven-year old Mara’s home, she makes up her mind to save her family, one way or another. But when the knights protecting her village arrest her favorite aunt for witchcraft, she discovers that the difference between friend and foe may not be as obvious as she once thought. This is a story of war and espionage, set in a low fantasy world. It is also about a child getting to know her mother and father in a new way. Goodreads * Amazon

Thomas M. Kane is a fantasy author living high on a wooded hilltop. He taught international relations at a British university for close to twenty years and brings his insights concerning real-life war and politics into his fiction. He takes a character-based approach to writing, paying attention to his protagonists’ personal relationships and inner lives. Website * Facebook * Twitter * Amazon * Goodreads

I planted my feet on the worn cobblestones. “Let me go!”
“Shut up.” Mr. Vance dragged me forward.
“Help!” I turned my head to look at the dyer’s apprentice. His ginger hair was cropped almost to fuzz and
sweat had soaked through his shirt.
Mr. Vance smiled at the dyer’s apprentice, or maybe it was a snarl. “Hallo, Gus.”
“Help me—”

“I said shut up.” Mr. Vance’s grip tightened on my shoulder until I gasped. His thumb was inside my
collar, and I could feel the sandpaper roughness of his skin. “She’s a bit excited. Lucky I found her, or
Bel knows what she might have got into. Dangerous for a kid to be about on her own, am I right?”
“Righty-ho, sir.”
“Righty-ho.” Mr. Vance grinned again. “Oh, and tell your master I said hallo. Tell‘m I owe him a pint.”
Gus hefted the handles on his cart and continued down the street. He looked paler than he had looked
before, and he kept his eyes fixed on the cobblestones ahead of him. The cartwheels clattered as he
passed us by.
Mr. Vance grabbed my other shoulder and shook me. Then he hustled me forward, continuing down the
street. He leaned to talk in my ear, and I could feel the heat of his breath. “Who put you up to it? You
know I can make you tell me.”
I stamped on Mr. Vance’s foot as hard as I could.

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  1. Darlene Owen says

    I love the cover, very simplest.

    • Thank you! Artist Robin Birrell did the painting and designer Tallulah van der Made turned it into a book. I was thrilled with their work and grateful to have had the chance to collaborate with them.

  2. this cover is intriguing