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Saoirse O'Mara
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Trouble in the Mage Guild: A Rogue's Tale

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Things have changed since Govin and Tayla solved the mystery of the lost diadem. Tayla is no longer living in the streets, and Govin has a new mentor. Life could finally be good. But looming danger forces them to abandon their ordinary lives once again to get to the root of a mystery. Only this time, the whole city of Davon is at stake.... "'What does that mean for us?' ...more
Paperback, 114 pages
Published December 31st 2012 by Createspace
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Mark Lewis
Feb 24, 2014 Mark Lewis rated it it was amazing
This is a great follow up to The Lost Diadem. I am quite enjoying this series. It's a Crime novel wrapped up in Fantasy. It's being marketed as a YA book but it reads more like Middle Grade.. HOWEVER! I am NOT complaining as I so thoroughly enjoyed this series as far.
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Saoirse O'Mara is a freelance writer of children's and YA fantasy. She lives in Germany with her sweetheart and works as freelance editor, translator, and language teacher whenever she isn't writing.

"I first started writing when I had figured out how to build words out of these weird shapes we call letters. My probably strongest memory of an early written piece is from fourth grade, when I wrote a
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