Format: Trade Paper, 305 pages
$9.99 ebook/ $19.95 Paperback/ $28.95 Hardcover Publication Date: July 1, 2021
Publisher: Flashpoint Publications
Jessica Madison, Professor of History and Archeology at St. Albans University in Connecticut, enjoys teaching, but her passion, perhaps near obsession, is to prove that a mythical figure living in medieval times, over one thousand years ago, was real.
Having secured funding to lead a small archeological excavation in England, Jess begins her search for evidence of Cassethea of Mercia, a heroic woman who was said to have rescued enslaved women and children from their oppressors.
From the start of Jess’ arrival in Devonsbury, she’s rebuffed by the sarcasm oozing from tavern owner Rayne Kvale, and hopes their first meeting will be their last. But unexpected events entwine Jess in Rayne’s existence, and Rayne in hers.
As the excavation unfolds, many truths, past and present, come to light. Jess discovers more than she had bargained for, and finds that uncovering the past may not be her only passion.
The book is available from the following Distributors: Ingram, Bella Distribution and the following retailers:
- Bella Books
- Barnes and Noble
- A Room of One's Own, Madison, WI
- Book Woman, Austin, TX
- Charis Books, Atlanta, GA
- Kobo eBooks
- Left Bank Books, St. Louis, MO
- Prairie Lights Bookstore, Iowa City, IA
- watchung booksellers, Montclair, NJ
- Women & Children First, Chicago, IL
- [words], Maplewood, NJ
Although some of the bookstores listed may not have the paperback or hardcopy available in the store at the time of your visit, if you call ahead or ask them to order it when you're there, most, if not all, will be more than happy to do so.
Ten percent of the royalties I receive from Cassethea of Mercia book sales I'm donating to various charities and non-profits (now and for the life of the book) for cancer research and research for other illnesses, in support of human and animal rights issues, for animal shelters and food banks, and others.