Glenshee: Glen of the Fairies
Tuckwell Press, 2000 - 190 páginas
Glenshee is a wild, romantic, unbelievably beautiful part of Scotland steeped in lore and legend. In this book, Tony Mackenzie Smith, who was born and brought up there, draws the reader deep into the heart of this magical place, weaving history, legend and family anecdote into a rich tapestry. He provides a haunting, at times hilarious, tale, teaming with character and incident.
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