Double Vision: An
Eyes of Garnet Novel
by Mary Duncan
Trade Paper: 6" x 9", 312pp.
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In this thrilling finale of the Eyes of Garnet trilogy, CatrXona Robertson is searching for her purpose. It is said in Scotland when a Seer leaves their homeland, their powers of the Sight remain behind. Though Cat never fully loses her powers, the sixth sense she once had so intensely has diminished. And in the 18th century Province of Maine, blindly staying ahead of trouble is an all-consuming task. The Indians all over the northeast are becoming more displaced as white settlers take their lands. The French, who've lived peaceably with the natives for over a hundred years, feel their place in the burgeoning new America threatened by the insatiable English. And when Cat sees a young English soldier named George Washington fire the first shot that sets the world to war, she wonders if she and the settlement of Cape Rozier can remain out of the impending confrontation. Add to that, the fact that the mysterious discovery of pirate's gold on the beach of Cape Rozier draws in kidnappers who will stop at nothing to claim it for themselves. The last straw is when Cat doesn't see the treachery lurking in her own back yard. Visions of Scotland and Maine confuse her further, badgering her to make a monumental decision: remain in war-torn America or return to Scotland.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Mary Duncan is an artist and graphic designer when not writing, and has designed each of her book covers. Her love of genealogy and history were the sparks that ignited writing about 18th century Scotland. Though not of Scottish descent (in this lifetime, anyway), she has a deep passion for anything Scottish (with the exception of haggis). Mary lives with her husband on the Downeast coast of Maine.
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