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Green grow the shamrock

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Green grow the shamrock is an Anglo/Irish historic saga, telling the fictional life story of Kathleen O Sullivan, born in the Beautiful South West of Ireland in 1864. Based on factual history the story is a rags-to-riches drama of persecution, poverty, tragedy, romance, and bigotry.
Reluctantly leaving Ireland, aged sixteen, Kathleen works for a time in Preston, Lancashire, and later at home of Lord Stanley of Alderley, in Cheshire. Eventually tragedy leads to her working as a cotton mill weaver in Bury, at the turn of the 19th Century.
Romantic suspense, returning to Ireland, the "SS Titanic", The Irish War of Independence, Intriguing dramatic events concerning Bantry House, County Cork, Ireland and Fateful Irony, Complete this amazing and powerful life story

Book in EXCELLENT CONDITION, AS GOOD AS NEW, the book is SIGNED by the author

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Added value:
Signed By The Author / First Edition
Author(s):
Amy Carter
Condition:
As new
Edition:
2000 first
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1898722242
ISBN-13:
9781898722243
Number of pages:
274
Publisher:
Cremer Press
Title:
Green Grow the Shamrock

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About this item

Green grow the shamrock is an Anglo/Irish historic saga, telling the fictional life story of Kathleen O Sullivan, born in the Beautiful South West of Ireland in 1864. Based on factual history the story is a rags-to-riches drama of persecution, poverty, tragedy, romance, and bigotry.
Reluctantly leaving Ireland, aged sixteen, Kathleen works for a time in Preston, Lancashire, and later at home of Lord Stanley of Alderley, in Cheshire. Eventually tragedy leads to her working as a cotton mill weaver in Bury, at the turn of the 19th Century.
Romantic suspense, returning to Ireland, the "SS Titanic", The Irish War of Independence, Intriguing dramatic events concerning Bantry House, County Cork, Ireland and Fateful Irony, Complete this amazing and powerful life story

Book in EXCELLENT CONDITION, AS GOOD AS NEW, the book is SIGNED by the author

Added value:
Signed By The Author / First Edition
Author(s):
Amy Carter
Condition:
As new
Edition:
2000 first
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1898722242
ISBN-13:
9781898722243
Number of pages:
274
Publisher:
Cremer Press
Title:
Green Grow the Shamrock

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