The Stonehenge Scrolls, an archaeological novel by Harpers Ferry resident K.P. (Karen) Robbins about the building of the world’s best-known ancient monument, has been released in paperback by MuseItUp Publishing. Robbins will be reading excerpts from the book at the Frederick Celtic Festival, May 10 in Mount Airy, Maryland.
First published as an e-book in November 2012, the novel has garnered four-star reader reviews on Amazon. Midwest Book Review called it “a multifaceted, winning novel of prehistory” and wrote: “How did the Stonehenge monuments come to be? Plenty of nonfiction titles discuss possibilities, but for a fictional perspective that is compelling and involving, you can’t beat the thrills and unusual perspectives of The Stonehenge Scrolls.”
The Stonehenge Scrolls is priced at $7.99 in paperback ($5.50 as an e-book) and can be ordered from Amazon, MuseItUp Publishing or any bookstore.