The Sisterhood

The Sisterhood

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Reeling from a broken engagement, adopted 19-year-old Menina Walker flees to Spain to bury her misery by writing her overdue college thesis on a 16th century Spanish artist. When she discovers that a tiny swallow in the artist's painting is the same one on a medallion that is Menina's only link to her birth family, Menina digs deeper into the swallow's significance and uncovers an adventure involving orphans sent to the New World after the Spanish Inquisition.

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Reeling from a broken engagement, adopted nineteen-year-old Menina Walker flees to Spain to bury her misery by writing her overdue college thesis—and soon finds herself on an unexpected journey into the past. The subject of her study is Tristan Mendoza, an obscure sixteenth-century artist whose signature includes a tiny swallow—the same swallow depicted on a medal that is Menina’s only link to her birth family.

Hoping her research will reveal the swallow’s significance and clue her in to her origins, Menina discovers the ancient chronicle of a Spanish convent, containing the stories of five orphaned girls hidden from the Spanish Inquisition before they escaped to the New World. Learning about the girls’ adventures, the nuns who sheltered them, and Mendoza, Menina wonders if accident or destiny led her to Spain—and the discovery of a lifetime.

From bestselling author Helen Bryan comes The Sisterhood, an epic adventure filled with history, passion, and intrigue.


Both love story and historical thriller, The Sisterhood is an emotionally charged ride across continents and centuries.

Reeling from a broken engagement, adopted nineteen-year-old Menina Walker flees to Spain to bury her misery by writing her overdue college thesis—and soon finds herself on an unexpected journey into the past. The subject of her study is Tristan Mendoza, an obscure sixteenth-century artist whose signature includes a tiny swallow—the same swallow depicted on a medal that is Menina’s only link to her birth family.

Hoping her research will reveal the swallow’s significance and clue her in to her origins, Menina discovers the ancient chronicle of a Spanish convent, containing the stories of five orphaned girls hidden from the Spanish Inquisition before they escaped to the New World. Learning about the girls’ adventures, the nuns who sheltered them, and Mendoza, Menina wonders if accident or destiny led her to Spain—and the discovery of a lifetime.

From bestselling author Helen Bryan comes The Sisterhood, an epic adventure filled with history, passion, and intrigue.



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& Taylor

Reeling from a broken engagement, adopted nineteen-year-old Menina Walker flees to Spain to bury her misery by writing her overdue college thesis on a sixteenth century Spanish artist.

Publisher: Las Vegas, NV : Amazon Publishing, c2012
ISBN: 9781611099287
Branch Call Number: FIC BRY
Characteristics: xiv, 402 p. ;,21 cm.

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May 11, 2014

Enjoyed this original storyline a lot. Travels to ancient Nunnery in Spain and South America. Great historical fiction

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