And I took his body in my arms, and I carried him up to the top of Mount Callan. And I laid him in the shallow grave that I had hollowed out of the stony soil. And then I shovelled the earth over him and hid him forever. I carried over a heavy flagstone and placed it on the mound. And with my knife I carved these words. 'Here lies Conan, the fierce and turbulent.'
Who was Conan? Why was he called 'fierce and turbulent'? How did he die? Who buried him?
In the Eighth Century turmoil of warring tribes, love, jealousy, blackmail and revenge, Conan's story unfolds.
He entangles his foster brother, Columba, and the beautiful Sorcha in a terrifying adventure that will change all their lives forever.
Published by Mentor Books, 2004.