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by Susan King
Publisher: Ediciones Urano; 1st edition (April 1, 1999)
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La leyenda de Kinglassie. by. King, Susan, 1951-. ABBYY FineReader 1. Barcelona : Ediciones Urano. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on June 18, 2014.
By (author) Susan King. Eva MacArthur es la protectora de Innisfarna, isla mágica según una leyenda. The final book in the Maiden trilogy follows Eva McArthur, who leaves her Scottish clan and is desperate to be rid of her betrothed and reclaim her fortress. Eva must turn to the only man she ever loved for help. Blacksmith Lachlann MacKerron possesses the Sword of Light, and has sworn to never craft another weapon or give his heart to a woman. Y ahora su tierra y su familia están en peligro de desaparecer bajo las garras de su prometido, un terrateniente ávido de poder vinculado al rey inglés.
Kinglassie (Gaelic: Cille MoGhlasaidh) is a small village and parish in central Fife, Scotland. It is located two miles southwest of Glenrothes. In 2011, the population of the village was 1,684. The civil parish has a population of 22,543 (in 2011). The village of Kinglassie (pronounced Kin-glassie) lies to the north of the Lochty Burn, two miles (. km) southwest of Glenrothes in Fife, and two miles southeast of Perth and Kinross district. In 830 AD, the village was known as Kinglace.