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The Kingfisher Series, Book #1

by D. K. Marley

Publication Date: June 28th, 2021
Publisher: The White Rabbit Publishing
Pages: 435
Genre: Historical Fantasy / Time Travel

The past, future, and Excalibur lie in her hands.

Wales, 1914. Vala Penrys and her four sisters find solace in their spinster life by story-telling, escaping the chaos of war by dreaming of the romantic days of Camelot. When the war hits close to home, Vala finds love with Taliesin Wren, a mysterious young Welsh Lieutenant, who shows her another world within the tangled roots of a Rowan tree, known to the Druids as ‘the portal’.

One night she falls through, and suddenly she is Vivyane, Lady of the Lake – the Kingfisher – in a divided Britain clamoring for a High King. What begins as an innocent pastime becomes the ultimate quest for peace in two worlds full of secrets, and Vala finds herself torn between the love of her life and the salvation of not only her family but of Britain, itself.

From award-winning historical novelist, D. K. Marley - a story for OUTLANDER and MISTS OF AVALON fans - comes a time-traveling historical spanning centuries.

"It is, at the heart of it, a love story – the love between a man and a woman, between a woman and her country, and between the characters and their fates – but its appeal goes far beyond romance. It is a tale of fate, of power, and, ultimately, of sacrifice for a greater good." 
~ Riana Everly, author of Teaching Eliza and Death of a Clergyman

Kingfisher is available to read on #KindleUnlimited.

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D. K. Marley

D. K. Marley is a historical fiction author specializing in alternate historicals, Shakespearean adaptations, and historical time-travel. 

She is also the CEO of The Historical Fiction Company & Historical Times Magazine, the editor-in-chief of Historium Press, and the host of the History Bards podcast.

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