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Ring of FearBrandywyne Books, San Francisco, 1971, 252 pp.
Millington, London, 1979. 252 pp.
Futura, London, 1980, pb, 252 pp.
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After the murder of her father, Nialla moves across the USA. She makes her living show jumping, and is keeping her head above water until a series of accidents occur.
The Kilternan Legacy
Brandywyne Books, San Francisco, 1975, 269 pp.
Millington, London, 1976, 269 pp.
Irene Teasey comes to Ireland after she inherits from an aunt she has never met. She inherits ahouse, land, tenants and even a horse.
Ballantine Books, New York, 1987, 461 pp.
Ballantine, pb, 2005, 384 pp., cover art Walter RaneIn the UK as The Carradyne Touch
Macdonald, London, 1988, 640 pp.
Futura, London, 1989, pb, 416 pp.
Set in 1970s Ireland, this is the story of Michael Carradyne, who owns theCornanagh Stud.
Black Horses for the King
Harcourt Brace, San Diego, 1996, 217 pp.
Doubleday, London, 1996, 259 pp.
Ballantyne, New York, 1997, pb, cover art David Shannon (left)
Corgi, London, 1998, pb, 219 pp. (right)
~a children’s book ~
An Arthurian tale, in which Lord Artos is on a quest to find the finest blackhorses so that he can drive the Saxons out of Britain.