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Brigid of Ireland: A Historial Novel
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Brigid of Ireland: A Historial Novel

by Cindy Thomson
     
 
An inspiring story of the young slave who became a national heroine. Set in the era of St. Patrick, this vivid novel, based on historical facts, will captivate readers as Brigid must choose between God's will and the desire to save her family.

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An inspiring story of the young slave who became a national heroine. Set in the era of St. Patrick, this vivid novel, based on historical facts, will captivate readers as Brigid must choose between God's will and the desire to save her family.

Editorial Reviews

WTBF
Cindy Thomson's first novel has very well developed characters; lots of plot twists, and a deep foundation of faith. It makes a great read for St. Patrick's Day, a day of celebration for the Irish and those of us who are proud of our Irish ancestry, and humble about our Christian heritage.
— Al Troy
Historical Novels Review
The strength of the novel lies in the richly-woven narrative and sensitive evocation of the faiths of Ireland. I certainly feel that Cindy Thompson is an emerging talent and would read her next book, projected also to be set in ancient Ireland. Recommended for both adults and young adults.
— Susan Cook
Historical Novels Review - Susan Cook
The strength of the novel lies in the richly-woven narrative and sensitive evocation of the faiths of Ireland. I certainly feel that Cindy Thompson is an emerging talent and would read her next book, projected also to be set in ancient Ireland. Recommended for both adults and young adults.
WTBF - Al Troy
Cindy Thomson's first novel has very well developed characters; lots of plot twists, and a deep foundation of faith. It makes a great read for St. Patrick's Day, a day of celebration for the Irish and those of us who are proud of our Irish ancestry, and humble about our Christian heritage.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780825461125
Publisher:
Lion Hudson
Publication date:
04/28/2006
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 7.70(h) x 1.00(d)

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Meet the Author

Cindy Thomson is the author of Brigid of Ireland and a regular contributor to American magazines such as Internet Genealogy Magazine, Family Chronicle and History Magazine. She has done extensive research on Irish history.

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