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Diabhal - Diabhal Book 1 - cover

Diabhal - Diabhal Book 1

Kathleen Kaufman

Publisher: Turner

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Notable Author: Kaufman wrote the highly-praised books The Lairdbalor and Hag and has an academic background in language and literature education.
 
Magic and occult: Entertainment about dark magic, especially with female protagonists, is a hot topic right now with tv shows like The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and American Horror Story hitting the top of the charts.
 
First in a series: Diabhal is the first book in a series following Ceit Robertson’s journey into her magical life-- from high school to college and beyond.

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