Sinful Folk: A Novel of the Middle Ages

Ned Hayes (Author) Nikki McClure (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$12.95
Publisher
Campanile Books
Publish Date
January 22, 2014
Pages
398
Dimensions
5.5 X 1.4 X 8.5 inches | 1.3 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780985239305
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About the Author

Ned Hayes holds an MFA in creative writing from the Rainier Writing Workshop at Pacific Lutheran University. His historical novel, Sinful Folk, was nominated for the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Award. The Eagle Tree is based on his past experience working with children on the autistic spectrum and on family and friends he knows and loves. Hayes lives in Olympia, Washington, with his wife and children.
Nikki McClure is a self-taught cut-paper artist and the author-illustrator of many books for children, including In; To Market, To Market; Waiting for High Tide; and Mama, Is It Summer Yet? She lives in Olympia, Washington.

Reviews

"A pilgrim tale worthy of Chaucer, evocative, compelling and peopled with unforgettable characters artfully delivered by a master storyteller. Be warned: Dress warmly before beginning this perilous journey across a winter-blasted, medieval landscape of fire and ice. Your heart will shiver and not just from the cold. An excellent novel..." -- Rickman Vantrease best-selling author of The Illuminator and The Mercy Seller "book recommendation"
"Suspenseful, page-turning mystery of a mother pursuing the truth . . . Every reader will come to love the brave and intrepid Mear, a most memorable character in a most memorable story." -- Jim Heynen award-winning author of The Fall of Alice K "book recommendation"
"'Sinful Folk' is a work of art. I found the story fascinating, approachable, and powerful. Miriam's story is a raw and brutal and passionate tale, but her story touches the reader because it's a timeless story -- the struggles of parents, and of justice for their children. She makes it all very human regardless of the time period..." -- Kathryn Le Veque (on author's book blog KathrynLeVeque.com ) bestselling author of The Dark Lord and "Critic's blog post"
"A suspenseful and mesmerizing tale full of rich and vital characters. Ned Hayes crafts a narrative that shows a devotion to craft in each word." -- Renee Miller, (on Book Blog http: //onfictionwriting.com/) editor of On Fiction and author of In the "Critic's blog post"