TURNING SERPENTINE

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TURNING SERPENTINE

 

Set on the Lizard, the remote southern most peninsula of the island of Britain – bound in Celtic myth and legend and entwined with sacred geometry – Alan M Kent’s provocative new novel examines the ancient profession of craftsmen who work and turn the unique patterned stone found there, known as serpentine.

Cornish people, their challenges heritage and landscape are conjured up with uncanny poetry and perceptiveness.The story is both tender and cruel and Kent writes with a passionate sincerity about his people.He has created a new fable for Cornwall.

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