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The Early Morning Light

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The life of this little evacuee couldn’t be more different from those other unlucky children his own age, who had been left behind in a state of dreamy delirium on the battered streets of London.” While World War II was raging and turmoil spread throughout Europe, thousands of children were evacuated in the hope of protecting them from the trauma of war. Newly-born Edward (Teddy), who was rescued from the terror of the London Blitz by his parents and sent to live with his grandmother in Tipperary, Ireland. Buy e-Book Here    Buy Book Here

Dancing in the Heather

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 Set in 1912 during the Irish migration, on the hauntingly beautiful Great Blasket Island off the coast of Ireland, the gilded age of New York City and the streets of San Francisco, Dancing In The Heather is the story of Aeylish O’Kelly, a poor island girl who risks her life to save David Summerland, a wealthy playboy from San Francisco, when his boat capsizes in the wild Atlantic Ocean.    Buy Book Here!             Buy e-Book Here

Roisin's Song

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 By Ann O'Farrell


Like so many young girls growing up in the poverty-stricken West of Ireland in the 1930’s Roisin Keavney loves her family, but dreams of a wealthy husband and a better life. In defiance of her father’s wishes she escapes the tensions within her family by fleeing to the sea shore where she encounters the older, mysterious Tom McCafferty. Could he be the one? Buy Book Here   Buy eBook Here 

Feast or Famine

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 Feast or Famine is the core product of the Award winning Irish Food Heritage Project (IFHP) Buy the Book


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