Terrible Beauty: A Novel

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Roberts Rinehart Publishers, Jan 1, 2001 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Bernadette Hanlon, a Belfast housewife, strives to keep her children apart from the violence that surrounds them. But the world encroaches when her husband is imprisoned for IRA activities, then the British Army kills a young girl. Threatened on all sides, Bernadette is drawn into the only thing that seems to offer hope: the clandestine world of the IRA.

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User Review  - Madeline Hind - Goodreads

Known terrorist sympathiser Peter T King pens this "novel" really a collection of words that is simply a publicity document for Irish terrorists. Its ineptly written, cliched and idiotic but those ... Read full review


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Peter King is a well-known architectural ceramicist and probably the most influential teacher of this craft in the U.S. His workshops in Pensacola, Florida, attract ceramicists from around the world.

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