Book Reviews of A Place of Stones

A Place of Stones
Author: Deirdre Purcell
ISBN-13: 9780451173294
ISBN-10: 0451173295
Publication Date: 5/1/1993
Pages: 544
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading her others.
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An instant bestseller in Ireland and England, here is "an unputdownable story of Irish life and love" (Maeve Binchy). Molly new nothing of her real past. For all she knew, she was a true-blue Irishwoman. When she traveled to America as a rising star of the screen, she fell in love with an irresistible American, not knowing that their love could only lead to a nightmare, and the truth of who Molly really was.
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The world knew her as Margo Bryan, the dazzlingly beautiful and talented actress who had come from nowhere to gain international stardom. Her family knew her as Molly O'Brien, raised in a tiny Irish fishing village, who had left to seek fame and fortune in Dublin, London, and America. But even she did not know her real name and the dark secret of her birth...until she was torn between the handsome American who broke down her defenses and the dashing Irishman whom it was a sin to desire...and faced a choice no woman should have to make, to keep her dream of love from turning into a nightmare....