The Druid’s Daughter – 320 AD

It is 320 AD and Hadrian’s Wall separates Roman Britannia from the lands to the north where the village of Darbarri is located. There, Jelena is asked by her father Druid Floyd to travel south of the wall into Roman territory to help the people in the village of Bramfield. Druids are not welcomed in Roman lands anymore even though they had helped villagers for centuries.  More Info

Kyla’s Fate – 450 AD

The Saxons have overrun Glouvia Kingdom where fate is about to deal nurse Kyla O’Knife  a hand. The royal family has been assassinated and she becomes Crown Princess Kyla. The Saxons want her dead, she becomes a refugee and  heads for the sanctuary of  Llandover Monastery. Only one monk has survived the plague. How does Kyla persuade him let fellow women and herself in? This is her story. More Info

When the Longships Came – 856 AD

In 865AD, Vikings attack the female Bramingham Monastery in the Kingdom of Northumbria. The building is looted with everything of value taken by the pagans. Abbess Jane and senior nuns are slaughtered and the younger nuns abducted into slavery. Maiden Kendra, minding the monastery sheep on the top plateau during the attack survives. More Info

Meztli -Sacrificial Maiden – 1530 AD

In the Inca Empire, Meztli is rescued from a sacrificial site before she dies of exposure. This is the story about her life afterwards and how her friends and herself fight for justice from the conquistadors and evil priests of the times. Will their pyramid of gold be discovered by their enemies? More Info

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About Ross

Ross Richdale is a New Zealand author of over 40 novels, both science fiction and contemporary that are sold as ebooks at all the major outlets.

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