The road to Vinegar Hill
This Irish love story unfolds around the dramatic events of the 1798 Rebellion. Escaping the horton of the French Revolution, Conal O'Carran returns to his family estate in Ireland to find it has been seized by English colonists. Conal joins the United Irishmen. and falls in love with Nuala Grogan, whose uncle is engaged in suppressing the peasant revolt The rebels' cause leads on to the doomed Battle of Vinegar Hill, as Conal and Nuala endeavor to shape their own destinies in the midst of events beyond their control.
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