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Night of the BlackBird
Night of the BlackBird
Author: Heather Graham
Moira Kelly has come home to Boston to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with family and friends. The last thing she expects to find in the family pub is the undercurrent of danger as talk turns to politics. But all too quickly Moira finds herself struggling with the anger of her old flame. Dan O'Hara, and the convictions of her new love, Mich...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781551668123
ISBN-10: 1551668122
Publication Date: 10/1/2001
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 74 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 3
I'm normally a huge Heather Graham fan but I struggled to get through this book. I liked the characters but it took a long time to get through the Irish history in this that to me was just a long dull process that I really really wanted to just skip through. I'm not sure if I would have felt any differently if I were Irish reading this but I don't think I'm reading it again..
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reviewed Night of the BlackBird on + 187 more book reviews
Heather Graham at her best. I couldn't put this book down, literally. I finished it at 4:30 am!! Moira Kelly comes home to Boston for the St. Patrick's Day celebration with her Irish family and to film a segment for her TV program. She doesn't count on getting caught up in internatinal intrigue, confronting a former lover and having to decide between him and her current boyfriend, who may not be what he seems. Lots of twists and turns, great story line and a surprise ending.
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The troubles of Ireland find their way to America.
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Very good book set in Ireland and Boston.


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