Cathy Marie Buchanan | 'Daughter of Black Lake'
In conversation with Therese Anne Fowler author of The Good Neighborhood
Set in a time long forgotten the ancient world is brought to life and introduces us to an unforgettable family facing an unimaginable trial.
"In this evocative, meticulously researched novel, Cathy Marie Buchanan creates a world of dark magic and haunting mystery, brutality and beauty. History comes to life on every page."--Christina Baker Kline, author of The Orphan Train
"In a tale that feels at once classic and fresh, Buchanan brings her trademark grace and attention to detail to this luminous story of a mother and daughter in first-century Britannia. Daughter of Black Lake is a thoughtful, compelling novel, a true pleasure to read."--Therese Anne Fowler
Cathy Marie Buchanan is the author of The Painted Girls and The Day the Falls Stood Still. She lives in Toronto.
In a world of pagan traditions and deeply rooted love, a girl in jeopardy must save her family and community. A transporting historical novel by New York Times–bestselling author Cathy Marie Buchanan.
INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER * One of NPR's Best Books of 2020
"A provocative, absorbing read." — People