The Heart Remembers

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Leaving? What is that? It means nothing. While the heart remembers there is no leaving. Welshman, Dai, a trader, and his motley band of fellow-travellers have landed in Venice, their welcome marred by a vicious quarrel on the quayside. Here, men are tortured to death at the pointing of a suspicious finger. In the English Fens, Edgar and Agathi face an incomer intent on stealing their inheritance. In Wales, Edward the English king is stamping hard on a proud people dangerously outnumbered. Intent on finding her English grandfather – Will the Wordmaker – Kazan, as her companions know her, will need all her talents and wiles simply to stay alive. The third novel, following Flint and The Storyteller's Granddaughter - a direct sequel to The Storyteller's Granddaughter, and following the events set in motion in Flint.


Margaret Redfern was born in Beverley in the East Riding of Yorkshire. She has been a teacher of English Literature and Language for much of her life and has also written for IPC magazines and Bauer Publications. She currently contributes to Pembrokeshire Life and Down Your Way magazines.


"A beautiful book - a celebration of life and faitha nd all that is good in humanity. It is a fitting sequel to The Storyteller's Granddaughter and the narrative Redfern so beautifully set in motion in Flint." —Elizabeth Jane Corbett

"Draws the reader into a stark, beautiful, dangerous medieval world, so rounded out and tactile that I believed I was there" —Editor's Choice, Historical Novel Society