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Winner of the Royal Palm Literary Award for historical fiction, my second novel of Irish history, The Prince of Glencurragh, is set in southwest Ireland, mostly West Cork. I love it there. The story takes place in 1634, when the son of an Irish warrior struggles to claim his lost heritage. He abducts an heiress to help elevate his station in life, but lands in the crossfire between the earls of Cork, Clanricarde, Ormonde, and Lord Deputy of Ireland, Thomas Wentworth. See the reviews on amazon. This is the prequel to my first novel, Sharavogue, which also won Florida's Royal Palm Literary Award. More works are underway!
Posted on October 31, 2016 at 2:00pm 0 Comments 1 Like
For Part 2 in my series on research sites for my book, The Prince of Glencurragh, I find that my content does not show up well in this application. I invite readers to view the latest instalment by following the link below:…Continue
Posted on September 28, 2016 at 6:00am 0 Comments 1 Like
My new blog series covers sites in Ireland I researched for my latest novel, The Prince of Glencurragh, starting with Kanturk Castle.
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