Deep as a Tomb

Deep as a Tomb

by Dorothy A. Winsor

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Overview

Sixteen-year-old Myla feels the land in her blood and bones. Royal heir Beran wants revenge for murder. Forest native Kaven wants to protect Myla from every danger.

Like her people, the Westreachers, Myla's tied to the green world through tombs the forest made when it made the people. So when she finds she can open tombs long thought sealed, she's thrilled – until her father demands she use her power to help him rebel against the king. Myla would rather mix herbal remedies and spend time with Kaven, whose family is hip deep in debt and secrets.

Prince Beran is sent to impress the people of Westreach so the council will confirm him as King's Heir. He's to use his power to forward the king's goals, but on his first day, an anonymous forester murdered the guard he loved like a father. Stone royal duty, because Beran wants revenge... he's willing to make enemies everywhere to find the killer.

Thrown together as fosterlings in the same household, Myla, Beran, and Kaven must each decide how far they're willing to use personal and political power to get what they want.


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BN ID: 2940157023140
Publisher: Loose Leaves Publishing
Publication date: 11/17/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 250
File size: 832 KB

About the Author

Originally from Detroit, Dorothy A. Winsor has lived in the Iowa cornfields since 1995. She has taught technical writing at Iowa State University, edited the Journal of Business and Technical Communication, and taught at GMI Engineering & Management Institute, along the way winning six national awards for research on the communication practices of engineers. She lives with her husband, a tractor engineer, and has one son, who first introduced her to the pleasure of reading fantasy. Finders Keepers (2015), her first novel, was a finalist in the e-book fiction category of the Eric Hoffer Awards.

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