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Stones Corner Book 2 - Darkness

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ISBN: 9781914225598
AuthorBuckley, Jane
Pub Date24/09/2021
BindingPaperback
Pages436
CountryIRL
Dewey823.9
SeriesStones Corner
Quick overview The next instalment from debut author Jane Buckley, tetralogy Stones Corner - Darkness, captures an era in Derry/Londonderry in the early '70s, considered the darkest years of The Troubles in Northern Ireland.
€14.99

It reveals the catastrophic fallout from Turmoil and the doomed Derry City Hotel meeting and its impact on the lives of so many, from the rich, vibrant James Henderson to the love-struck factory girl, Caitlin McLaughlin.

The guerrilla war in Northern Ireland rages as it extends to mainland Britain and the Republic of Ireland. Charles Jones, the bigoted Belfast businessman and the revenge-seeking British Army undercover operative IOWA, continue to seek every opportunity to cause distress and misery for the Nationalist papists.
Darkness takes us from the private clubs of London's West End to the dank hellhole of Armagh Women's Gaol. Hope is deemed lost and forgotten until, ultimately, the power of love, truth, and justice steps in to create a new beginning.

This tale is yet ANOTHER brutal, hard-hitting, but a scrupulously unbiased account of communities on both sides of the sectarian divide struggling to live and love against a background of chaos and carnage.

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It reveals the catastrophic fallout from Turmoil and the doomed Derry City Hotel meeting and its impact on the lives of so many, from the rich, vibrant James Henderson to the love-struck factory girl, Caitlin McLaughlin.

The guerrilla war in Northern Ireland rages as it extends to mainland Britain and the Republic of Ireland. Charles Jones, the bigoted Belfast businessman and the revenge-seeking British Army undercover operative IOWA, continue to seek every opportunity to cause distress and misery for the Nationalist papists.
Darkness takes us from the private clubs of London's West End to the dank hellhole of Armagh Women's Gaol. Hope is deemed lost and forgotten until, ultimately, the power of love, truth, and justice steps in to create a new beginning.

This tale is yet ANOTHER brutal, hard-hitting, but a scrupulously unbiased account of communities on both sides of the sectarian divide struggling to live and love against a background of chaos and carnage.

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