"In 1121, Bishop Eirik went in search of Vinland."
According to six Icelandic annals, he was never heard from again.
What happened? Eight centuries later, a young American couple think they know
They're reliving the discovery.
Jeffrey Devereaux, teacher, photographer, worshipper of things Medieval, has a chance meeting with Kirsten Eriksson, the girl who had been his childhood fantasy. Her reading of mystical runestones at a Renaissance Faire has rekindled their love--a love which, unbeknownst to them, has spanned eight hundred years. Their subsequent visits to Cuttyhunk Island south of Cape Cod, a mysterious stone tower in Rhode Island, and a castle on the coast of Massachusetts plunge them into history and carry them from 20th to 12th century New England. There they face the ghosts of their previous lives and previous passions and previous sins in the lost Norse settlement of the New World.
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We are a small press with a limited advertising budget yet John Dandola's mystery novels have proven to be immensely popular on a regional basis simply by word of mouth. His historical research is as impeccable as his storytelling. Several foreign translations are already in the works and the screen rights for both Dead at the Box Office and Wind of Time have been optioned.From the Author:
Crafting the screenplay for this novel gave me an opportunity to further explore some of the scenes. I have incorporated those elements into this newest edition.
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Book Description Quincannon Pub Group, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1878452223