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MEGGE OF BURY DOWN by Re­becca Kightlinger

Bury Down grove is a heal­ing place, sa­cred, bu­colic. Then the Black­fri­ars ar­rive hunt­ing heretics, and young Megge learns a hard truth: What peo­ple don’t know, they fear. And what they fear, they hurt. “Megge is a pro­tag­o­nist easy to fall in love with, to root for, to worry about, and when dark forces en­ter her world, Kightlinger’s sto­ry­telling abil­i­ties shine.” –David An­thony Durham, au­thor of Pride of Carthage and Aca­cia 9781612713472 • Pa­per, $15.95 9781616713489 • eBook, $15.95 • 252 Pages • Fic­tion Avail­able at Ama­zon, In­gram, and lo­cal book­stores.

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