The Daughters of Ireland

The Daughters of Ireland

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In 1925, with the war over, Celia Deverill seeks to restore her ruined ancestral home, while her cousin Kitty must make a heartbreaking decision, and Bridie, the daughter of a former cook in Castle Deverill, plots revenge against a woman who wronged her in the past.

HARPERCOLL

Previously published in the United Kingdom as DAUGHTERS OF CASTLE DEVERILL

Ireland. 1925.

The war is over. But life will never be the same...

"Everything Santa Montefiore writes, she writes from the heart,” says JOJO MOYES. See why in this unforgettable story of love, loss, and life, perfect for fans of DOWNTON ABBEY and KATE MORTON.

In the green hills of West Cork, Ireland, Castle Deverill has burned to the ground. But young Celia Deverill is determined to see her ruined ancestral home restored to its former glory — to the years when Celia ran through its vast halls with her cousin Kitty and their childhood friend Bridie Doyle.

Kitty herself is raising a young family, but she longs for Jack O’Leary — the long-ago sweetheart she cannot have. And soon Kitty must make a heartbreaking decision, one that could destroy everything she holds dear.

Bridie, once a cook's daugher in Castle Deverill, is now a well-heeled New York City socialite. Yet her celebrity can't erase a past act that haunts her still. Nor can it keep her from seeking revenge upon the woman who wronged her all those years ago.

As these three daughters of Ireland seek to make their way in a world once again beset by dark forces, Santa Montefiore shows us once more why she is one of the best-loved storytellers at work today.



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Renovations of a family estate that was decimated by the Irish revolt are complicated by childhood memories, lost love, a wrenching decision to give up a child and a lingering desire for revenge years after a devastating betrayal. Trade paper available. 25,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2017
ISBN: 9780062698681
Branch Call Number: Fiction Montefiore
Characteristics: 567 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

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Oct 28, 2017

A little slower than Girl in the Castle. The kids have grown up and old issues raise their ugly heads. Fortunes are won and lost. Santa Montefiore does have a way of weaving a tale and I am looking forward to the concluding novel to see where everyone ends up. What will happen with the castle, will old resentments and dreams be resolved.

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