Donna Fletcher Crow is a former English teacher and a lifelong Anglophile. She is the author of 50 books, mostly novels of British
history, but throughout the quarter century of its life Glastonbury has remained her most honoured work. Crow is known for
her meticulous research and tries never to write about a place she hasn’t
visited. Her many pilgrimages to Glastonbury are a highlight. In our current
days of turmoil Crow hopes readers will find special meaning in Glastonbury’s theme that through the
darkest days of history, no matter how dimly the light of faith may have
burned, Light always triumphed. May it be so for our day.