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Dark Angel
The Angel Mountain Saga #3
Written by:
Brian John 
Read by:
Janine Cooper MarshallMalk Williams 
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
20 hours 26 minutes 
October 01 2020 
Available Date:
October 01 2020 
Age Category:
Fiction; Sagas 
Bolinda audio 
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GBP£ 25.98
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The third novel in the bestselling 8-volume Angel Mountain Saga, about the life and times of the incorrigible, passionate and very imperfect heroine Martha Morgan

The year is 1807 and Martha is in the process of recovering from the murder of her husband David. The murderers have been brought to justice and now she looks forward to a happier future in the company of Owain Laugharne, the new love of her life. Plans for the marriage are far advanced when Owain disappears without trace. This is trouble enough for a young widow with four children, but then she has to cope with the bullying of a neighbouring squire, the terrifying appearances of a strange figure in black called The Nightwalker and a newborn baby left on her doorstep. Her friend and mentor, the Wizard Joseph Harries, tries but fails to discover exactly what is going on. As the years pass she becomes increasingly lonely and at last her friends and servants convince her to marry again. A long-time admirer proposes and she accepts. But on the night before the wedding, a new arrival triggers off a series of extraordinary events on Angel Mountain which will test Martha’s resolve to the limit ...

'It has a page-turning plot, packed with adventure, treason, murder and passion, where the horrors in the drama are balanced by gentle scenes full of the warmth and love of the family at Plas Ingli.'
Welsh Books Council

'An excellent book which recounts the further adventures of Mistress Martha Morgan of Plas Ingli – who is now firmly established as one of the most interesting heroines in recent historical fiction. Move over, Elizabeth Bennett! Really this tale, set in the early 1800's, is about love lost and regained, and while the story is dominated by a mysterious figure in black called The Nightwalker, and by the heroine's self-doubts and periods of depression, this novel is really about constancy and the triumph of love. As in the earlier novels, the plot twists and turns and rushes ahead at a fine pace, and once again the author packs a double whammy into the final few pages of the book.'