Albion, ancient sites, Art, Books, Don and Wen, Sue Vincent

Face-off

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From shadowed hall, to hidden cache, once more into the light,

The face of pure tranquillity presented to our sight.

A Templar treasure painted from a Face by faith revered

A pale expression of its joy, down through the ages peered.

Who is the red-haired stranger? And why is there just a head?

It this the face of living man, or of the sainted dead?

Is this the face of Jesus, drafted from Mandylion?

Or pure imagination showing the beheaded John?

The Templars keep their secrets, leaving clues along the way

That seekers may yet follow to uncover truth one day.

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Beck ‘n’ Call

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About the Book

Ben, fast becoming a folk hero after the apparent theft of a standing stone, now languishes in Bakewell Gaol. Don and Wen, suspected of being his accomplices, are on holiday… or ‘on the run’ if Bark Jaw Dark and PC 963 Kraas, hot in pursuit, are to be believed. From England to Scotland, the officers of the Law have followed the trail of the erratic couple as they visited the ancient sites of Albion. This time, though, as Don and Wen take the slow boat to Ireland, Kraas and Jaw Dark are one step ahead. But Ireland is a land of mystery and magic where reality is intertwined with vision and standing stones are still open doors… How long can Don and Wen continue to evade the long arm of the Law? In the shadows, a labyrinth of secrecy shrouds a mysterious figure. What is Montgomery’s interest in a small standing stone? Just how many high-level strings can he pull… and why? And what is the dark, winged creature that is now on the loose? Join Don and Wen as they continue their adventures in the sacred and magical landscape of Albion.

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