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The Thin Place

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California native Glenna Molloy, a travel writer, flies to Ireland to explore sacred places cherished by Finn Maguire, her great lost love, in hopes of finding new meaning in her life. But Coyle Foxworth, her intrusive and cagey co-author, can't work without her. He follows her to County Fermanagh, disturbing her spiritual journey. They visit tiny Caldragh Graveyard with its ancient pagan stone and fairy tree. The graveyard is reputed to be a "Thin Place," where the veil between our world and the Celtic Otherworld is so fragile it can disappear. There they meet a mysterious femme fatale, Maeve, who says she is half-fey. Magical things begin to happen, and suddenly Finn reappears in Glenna's life...

"I love this book. I was hooked from page one. It's very clear that Ms. Herter did her research for this story. Her knowledge and insight of Ireland are apparent in every chapter. I feel as though I walked with Glenna. Saw and felt all that she did. Every description and emotion came to life with crystal clarity... . THE THIN PLACE is a story I'll remember for a long time to come and one I am sure to revisit. It was fresh and different from anything I've read in years." Review by Lisa Kelley

Genre: Romance

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