Historical fiction with Laurel Anne Hill, author of Plague of Flies: Revolt of the Spirits

We’re Talking About Books That Make You Love Historical Fiction With Laurel Anne Hill

Some of the most magical books are those that reveal adventure, spirituality and myth, while also giving us a glimpse into other times and places. Our guest today is a great practitioner of such stories.

We’re headed for the western section of Mexican Alta California in 1846 with author Laurel Anne Hill’s latest, “Plague of Flies”— in which a black Andalusian stallion can fly without wings through the sky.

Laurel Anne Hill is the author of the multi-award-winning “The Engine Woman’s Light”, as well as “Heroes Arise”. She brings authenticity to her mystical writing that readers young and old can fall swiftly and easily in love with.

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