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The Last Enchantment (Merlin Trilogy, 3rd book) by Lady Mary Stewart  (Book 1 -The Crystal Cave, Book 2 -The Hollow Hills)  Recommended by many as the most engaging books ever written in the genre of  Aurthurian Lore.   5 stars

The Last Enchantment (Merlin Trilogy, 3rd book) by Lady Mary Stewart (Book 1 -The Crystal Cave, Book 2 -The Hollow Hills) Recommended by many as the most engaging books ever written in the genre of Aurthurian Lore. 5 stars

The Arthurian Saga, Mary Stewart. How I learned about Merlin... My late Grandfather introduced my sister and I to her.. we could not get enough of her books.

The Arthurian Saga, Mary Stewart. How I learned about Merlin... My late Grandfather introduced my sister and I to her.. we could not get enough of her books.

'The Hollow Hills' - The second book in the Merlin Trilogy by Mary Stewart covering the time of King Arthur's conception to his coronation as King.

'The Hollow Hills' - The second book in the Merlin Trilogy by Mary Stewart covering the time of King Arthur's conception to his coronation as King.

The Crystal Cave - first book of her Merlin series. It is followed by The Hollow Hills, The Last Enchantment and The Wicked Day. Great books!

The Crystal Cave - first book of her Merlin series. It is followed by The Hollow Hills, The Last Enchantment and The Wicked Day. Great books!

Mary Stewart - obituary Mary Stewart was an author of romantic thrillers who wrote for love not money, and had an intuitive feel for the pa...

Mary Stewart - obituary Mary Stewart was an author of romantic thrillers who wrote for love not money, and had an intuitive feel for the pa...

Mary Stewart - A favorite of mine for over 40 years. Author of The Moonspinners, Airs Above the Ground, The Crystal Cave etc... Romantic suspense and Arthurian history. "Mary Stewart is Magic" said The New York Times and I agree.

Mary Stewart - A favorite of mine for over 40 years. Author of The Moonspinners, Airs Above the Ground, The Crystal Cave etc... Romantic suspense and Arthurian history. "Mary Stewart is Magic" said The New York Times and I agree.

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