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5. The Hare and the Oak,  Announcements,  Mysterious Powers

The Hare and the Oak is out now!

The cover of The Hare and The Oak displayed on a phone, surrounded by a white peony, small pieces of jewellery. The cover has a silhouetted man and woman talking to each other on a green and brown background, circled by stars, with a hare leaping out of an oakleaf inset in the top left corner.

The Hare and the Oak is full of:

  • Two colleagues thrown together
  • A lost heir
  • Land magics
  • The intimacy of ritual
  • Making peace with your past
  • Oaths kept and broken
  • Finding magic in unexpected places

Learn more (and get a copy if this strikes your fancy)

Cyrus appears in Sailor’s Jewel (1901, as a secondary character), and very briefly in Carry On in 1915 as well as in Eclipse (1924). Mabyn appears briefly at the end of Eclipse.

Celia Lake spends her days as a librarian in the Boston (MA) metro area, and her nights and weekends at home happily writing, reading, and researching for her books about magical Albion. Born and raised in Massachusetts to British parents, she naturally embraced British spelling, classic mysteries, and the Oxford comma before she learned there were any other options.