eBook Brigid's Charge download
by Cynthia Lamb
Author: Cynthia Lamb
Publisher: Bay Island Books (February 1, 1997)
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Brigid's Charge book. A historical novel set in New Jersey in the 1700s, Brigid's Charge is the tale of the author's ancestor, who was accused of giving birth to a devil child.
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Brigid's Charge is the gripping tale of Deborah Leeds, a courageous young woman who emigrated to the colony of New Jersey in 1704.
com User, September 1, 2008. It is difficult to find fiction that addresses Wicca without being fantastic. I enjoyed this book greatly and would welcome more by Cynthia Lamb in the same vein. Interesting read about frontier life. com User, September 23, 2003. I was originally drawn to this book because of the goddess lore.
Now, Cynthia Lamb aims to set the record straight on her ancestor, taking the reader along for a passionate ride. uses the legend to get places, to say things about life and people and religion and things that matter. Benjamin Franklin Award finalist; ForeWord's Audio Book of the Year finalist. One of the best novel. Booklist. The Press of Atlantic City. A well-crafted, imaginative tale, and terrific reading.
ISBN 10: 0965469417 ISBN 13: 9780965469418. Publisher: Bay Island Books, 1997.
Drawing from family history, Lamb tells of an extraordinary woman who is caught in a period of transition when medicine moved from the province of women to the realm of "educated" men.
by Cynthia Lamb Read by Cindy Hollenberg, Cynthia Lamb. Drawing from family history, Lamb tells of an extraordinary woman who is caught in a period of transition when medicine moved from the province of women to the realm of "educated" men. Cindy Hollenberg narrates smoothly and evenly, handling with ease the seventeenth-century mannerisms of Quaker speech. Her use of accent for the Irish servant is a bit spotty, but otherwise her characters remain consistent and true.
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