Book Reviews of Passage West

Passage West
Author: Dallas Miller
ISBN-13: 9780380502783
ISBN-10: 038050278X
Publication Date: 5/1980
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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Sweeping through a quarter of the twentieth century, from the Ireland of the Easter Uprising to New York, Cambridge, San Fransisco, and Hollywood, Passage West is the turbulent heroic saga of the Irish in America.

NORA, the servant girl, who rose to a glottering place in society, but whose scandalous secret not even her own children knew.

PATRICK, whose fight for the working man led to national prominence- and grave danger when ruthless power barons tried to remove him.

TOM, the golden boy of Harvard, torn between marriage to FDR's cousin and the love of a simple, beautiful woman- who could never be a president's wife.

PASSAGE WEST is a towering story of passionate hearts and great themes, a novel that stunningly portrays American social and political life between the two great wars.
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Fabulous romance with a historical flair!
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The book is old, but in good condition