Book Reviews of Irish Love (Nuala McGrail, Bk 6)

Irish Love (Nuala McGrail, Bk 6)
Irish Love - Nuala McGrail, Bk 6
Author: Andrew M. Greeley
ISBN-13: 9780812576061
ISBN-10: 0812576063
Publication Date: 3/15/2002
Pages: 356
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: Tom Doferty Associates
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Love this series! If you relish Irish history and love a mystery as well, this is a treat.
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ANOTHER DELIGHTFUL STORY BY GREELEY ,WIITH THAT BIT OF HISTORY TO ADD INTEREST
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Great series.
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From cover:
Continuing the enchanting chronicles of the fabulous Nuala Anne McGrail and her spear-carrying husband Dermot, bestselling author Andrew M. Greeley takes them once again to Ireland for another thrill-packed adventure.

Back on the Emerald Isle, Nuala and Dermot soon get the feeling that someone is out to get them. They find themselves dodging multiple explosions, and someone starts shooting at Nuala while she is water-skiing in the cold Atlantic. Meanwhile, the handsome parish priest, Father Jack, has given Dermot the diary of a young Chicago newspaperman. Written in the year 1882, the diary tells in horrendous detail an intriguing story of a mass murder and a trumped-up trial in which one of Ireland's greatest heroes was accused of the murders without a shred of evidence. These two stories, ancient and modern, soon get mixed up, and they make for an utterly fascinating tale of murder, betrayal, and redemption with Nuala and her magical powers at the center of it all. Andrew Greeley not only tells us a riveting tale of adventure and derring-do, he gives us a picture of modern-day prosperous Ireland and the engaging and, of course, sometimes villainous people who live there.