In the fourth novel Children of Breton, Tiran de Laval’s life is filled with secrets, intrigue, and choices.
When an old mentor lures him back to the Loire Valley to develop a red wine grape, Tiran thinks he may have finally found his peaceful life in the vineyards. But when both Tiran and the new wine catch the eye of the powerful Prime Minister Cardinal Richelieu, his future suddenly becomes uncertain.
Will Tiran succumb to the intrigues of Cardinal Richelieu’s spy networks and drown himself in his passions of pleasure, or will he surrender himself up to a life serving God in the clergy?
In Children of Breton, our immortal red grapevine watches it all unfold as its clusters slowly mature into the Cabernet of today.
If you enjoy books like Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follet, you’ll definitely be captivated by Children of Breton.
Published initially through Amazon on March 30th, 2019, under the title “Children of Breton; a tasting of wine history.”
This second edition adds helpful maps, a new cover, and tweaked grammar for the reader’s pleasure.