Series: Keltiad Publication Order

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The Copper Crown by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison1
The Throne of Scone by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison2
The Silver Branch by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison3
THE TALES OF AERON SEQUENCE - Book (1) One: The Copper Crown; Book (2) Two: The Throne of Scone; Book (3) Three: The Silver Branch - The Keltiad by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison1-3
The Hawk's Gray Feather by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison4
The Oak Above the Kings by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison5
Hedge of Mist by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison6
THE TALES OF ARTHUR SEQUENCE - Book (1) One: The Hawk's Gray Feather; Book (2) Two: The Oak Above the Kings; Book (3) Th by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison4-6
Blackmantle: A Triumph (Keltiad) by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison7
The Deer's Cry by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison8

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