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The Garden of Ireland

(The second book in the Powerscourt series)
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Ireland/England 1880

On the run from the authorities after escaping from jail in Ireland, Joseph meets a stranger on the boat to England. With little money to his name and in need of help, Joseph follows his new friend to Manchester, where he falls in with a crowd of Irish nationalists, eager to make a stir. Soon, he will find his life spiraling out of control, and Joseph will have to decide which is more important: his loyalty to the cause or his own moral code.

After being evicted from their home, Maura and the remainder of her family travel to the Powerscourt Estate in County Wicklow to begin a new life working there. But Maura isn’t given a job as a maid as before. She is put in charge of the lord’s only son, a sickly six-year-old confined to his room and too afraid to emerge from beneath his covers. As the young boy begins to recover mentally, Maura begins to investigate his illness. With the help of an insider, she uncovers an insidious plot to steal the boy’s inheritance—an almost unimaginable fortune. But as Maura digs deeper, she finds herself not just fighting for her family’s future, but for her own life.

THE GARDEN OF IRELAND is the second novel in a new series by the #1 Amazon bestselling author of WHITE ROSE, BLACK FOREST, and THE MAUREEN RITTER series, set in Ireland in the 19th century. Download it and discover Eoin Dempsey’s books today.

Genre: Historical

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