Black Irish

 By Tracey Lee Hoy  ISBN: 9781458071019
Published: May 13, 2011 Words: 5,397  Language: English
‘Above you are the stars, below you are the stones, as time doth pass, remember…’
At the end there was a beginning, and then the circle must return. There would always be a beginning.When psychic, Jack Gruffydd crosses the Irish Sea to answer an intriguing advertisement, and finally meets the elusive, Kate, he was disturbed by a strange sense of recognition and foreboding.
The intricately carved but broken Celtic cross she had found at Clonmacnoise was made from a hand span of peat bog thousands of years old. Kate thought it was something magical but when Jack touched it, he sensed with astonishment that it was much more than magic. Fear crossed his heart and time pressed its weight on him and he felt it, as he had many times before, but this time he understood.
Jack and Kate were about to discover that they had a history and that time was just a gossamer veil.

Black Irish is the introduction to the Conwy Series written in an easy to read short story format.

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