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The Cymry Ring (Five Star Expressions)

3.33  ·  Rating Details ·  21 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Ian Carreg, a charming detective with a career he loves, is coming to terms with the recent death of his wife and middle age. He's sent to apprehend a convicted felon, Jemma Henderson. She is a gifted surgeon with beauty to match and the daughter of a famous physicist - and a murderer. When he pursues her to Cymry Henge, something - or someone - knocks him out cold. He ...more
Hardcover, 322 pages
Published March 31st 2006 by Five Star (ME) (first published March 1st 2006)
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LJ
THE CYMRY RING (TimeTravel-England-Cont/Iron Age) – Okay
Dymmoch, Michael Allen – Standalone
Five Star, 2006- Hardcover
CID detective Ian Carreg is a widower with grown children and a grandchild on the way. Dr. Jemma Henderson is a physician and daughter of a physicist; she is also wanted for murder in America. When Carreg follows Jemma into a shed on Cyrmy Henge, he is knocked unconscious. He wakes up, with Jemma in Roman Britten during the Iron Age.
*** I have always been a fan of Dymmoch’s writin
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Kiirsten
Jan 30, 2015 Kiirsten rated it liked it
This was a charming read. The characters are easy to like and maintain a solid footing in the plot on the whole. One of my favorite things about this novel is that the main character is Welsh.

A detective is sent to take charge of a murder suspect only to find her mid-escape. When he barrels after her, he is thrown, literally, back in time to ancient Celtic Britain.

The two have to adjust to their new surroundings and quickly. The action starts right away and builds until the final sections.

The bo
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Jul 20, 2012 Tara marked it as to-read
7/20/12 .. I got this at Greenburgh Library today 4/$1. (& Tragic Magi by Laura Childs, Night of the Jaguar by Michael Gruber & Fallen by T. Jefferson Parker - all hardcovers in great shape!)
Marissa
Apr 25, 2011 Marissa rated it liked it
Shelves: fantasy-sci-fi
Interesting blend of science and historical fictions. Ian, a detective in present-day UK, follows Jemma, a woman who has been accused of murder, into the time of the Celts via a time machine.
Damona
the history is very well-researched and nicely laid out, but the story itself isn't written terribly well, in my opinion. it was an interesting read, a good book, but not a great one.
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Michael Dymmoch was born in Illinois and grew up in a suburb northwest of Kentucky. As a child she she kept a large number of small vertebrates for pets and aspired to become a snake charmer, Indian chief or veterinarian. She was precluded from realizing the former ambitions by a lack of charm and Indian ancestry and from the achieving the latter by poor grades in calculus and physics. This made ...more
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