Joseph Leo DeCelle’s newly released “Red Girl: Shield Maiden” returns to the Crucible Steel Saga with an epic adventure and a search to recover a legendary sword

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“Red Girl: Shield Maiden” from Christian Faith Publishing author Joseph Leo DeCelle shares the riveting quest of Inghen Borson as she searches for her family’s legendary sword that was stolen. As she faces dark magic and other perils, Inghen begins to understand more fully the legacy she has inherited.

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“Red Girl: Shield Maiden”: a gripping novel about bravery, journeys, and the retrieval of the great sword. “Red Girl: Shield Maiden” is the creation of published author Joseph Leo DeCelle, a writer who has resided in Arizona, where he gained inspiration to write, since February 1988. Born of Scottish and Czechoslovakian lineage, stories of the highlands have also been an incredible source of inspiration and wonder.

DeCelle writes, “The Crucible Steel Saga continues! Rulers come and go. Only legends remain...

“This is a tale of a journey. A quest like no other.

“The story of Inghen Ruaidh Borson (Red Girl), great-granddaughter of the legendary Nordic ruler, King Ronhan Borson, whose sword—the Borson + Rex—is stolen in the night.

“The quest to find the sword—the sword of all swords—and the rise of yet another great legend.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Joseph Leo DeCelle’s new book unravels the exciting mission of a Nordic ruler’s great-granddaughter as she retrieves the stolen blade and creates a name for herself. Readers of all ages will surely be hooked into this extraordinary tale.

View a synopsis of “Red Girl: Shield Maiden” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase “Red Girl: Shield Maiden” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Red Girl: Shield Maiden,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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