A place of stones

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Signet, May 1, 1993 - Fiction - 539 pages
An instant bestseller in Ireland and England, here is "an unputdownable story of Irish life and love" (Maeve Binchy). Molly new nothing of her real past. For all she knew, she was a true-blue Irishwoman. When she traveled to America as a rising star of the screen, she fell in love with an irresistible American, not knowing that their love could only lead to a nightmare, and the truth of who Molly really was.

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Not the sort of book I normally read, but I got to the end, and what an ending!! I didn't see that coming at all, which probably makes me incredibly thick. Read full review

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