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Lorrieann Russell

About the Author:

Lorrieann Russell has written three books (so far) chronicling the life and times of William Fylbrigge: By Right of Blood, My Brother's Keeper, and In the Wake of Ashes. She has also published several short stories, and has been a featured guest on Edin Road Radio. She is an accomplished artist, illustrator, photographer and designer. A native New Englander, she spends much of her time in the mountains of New Hampshire, hiking and taking pictures of the landscape.

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Edin Road Appearances:

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05/24/2012    --    By Right of Blood
03/29/2012    --    By Right of Blood
02/02/2012    --    By Right of Blood
12/20/2011    --    In The Wake of Ashes
05/19/2011    --    Redemption
04/28/2011    --    By Right of Blood
04/05/2011    --    By Right of Blood
03/24/2011    --    Redemption
12/02/2010    --    Poopsie
11/04/2010    --    Your Move
10/27/2010    --    Road Trip
10/25/2010    --    Road Trip


In The Wake of Ashes
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In the Wake of Ashes continues the saga of William Fylbrigge, which began in Lorrieann Russell's first novel, My Brother's Keeper. In the year 1607, he was an idealist and reluctant heir to the Duke of Stonehaven. A trumped up charge of witchcraft brought about his torture, trial, and apparent death-the only proof of his innocence. Left trapped within a broken body, his memories stolen from him, William Fylbrigge seems condemned to spend the rest of his life confined to an invalid's chair, forced to live under an assumed identity. Five years later, William "Philbrick" lives peacefully in the tiny settlement of Port Edin, New France, with his wife and their young son. But peace is short-lived. In a cruel twist of fate, an innocent trek into the forest with friends goes terribly awry, and he is once again believed dead, and inadvertently left behind just as his family is called to return to Scotland. Lost, alone, and haunted by nightmarish memories of his former life, William must once again navigate a path through fire, and face again the demons of his past, to reclaim his future-and his life.

By Right of Blood


William Fylbrigge arrives at Drumoak in Stonehaven, a frightened, starving, abused child believing he's been sent to foster with the demon earl Lord Edward, who eats children and sleeps under a quilt made of the skin of his victims - a lie he's been told his entire young life. William is ill prepared to claim what is his by right of blood and his place among the powerful clan he has been born into. But, under Lord Edward's guidance and with new friends he meets at Drumoak beside him, young Will blossoms and thrives. But older brother Thomas doesn't want to share what he thinks is rightfully his, secretly arranging to have the young lad killed in a convenient "accident." William could lose everything, including his life.

A Work in Progress


A small New England town receives a strange visitor, and soon both the town, and the man learn that we're all in need of Redemption.

Poopsie (A Short Story)

Your Move (A Short Story)

Road Trip (A Short Story)

A couple, travelling alone in the Heartland of America. Open road before them, and a wonderful night sky above. What could possibly go wrong? Listen in as we explore what secrets the night can keep.