At The End Of The Day

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Author House, May 24, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 436 pages
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B Carson, a beautiful young woman,who bore a striking resemblance to the young film star Maureen O' Hara. She shared a small country cottage with her six siblings and her widowed mother Mary.

Patrick Myers was her first real boyfriend,they were married within a year of meeting, it seemed like a marriage made in heaven ,but B was yet to discover Patrick's dark side,a side that would turn her life and the life of her twelve children into a hell on earth.

B Carson, a beautiful young woman,who bore a striking resemblance to the young film star Maureen O' Hara. She shared a small country cottage with her six siblings and her widowed mother Mary.

Patrick Myers was her first real boyfriend,they were married within a year of meeting, it seemed like a marriage made in heaven ,but B was yet to discover Patrick's dark side,a side that would turn her life and the life of her twelve children into a hell on earth.

Mary, one of B's eight daughter's met and fell in love with Barry Kelly,a handsome seventeen year old, one month after he fifteenth birthday, the year was 1958. She wasn't to know back then the long road she was about to travel,would be paved with many a cross to lie heavily on her young shoulder's.

For thirty five years she will walk the same path as B {her mother} toward a loveless marriage,scourged with alcoholism,gambling,violence and poverty.

Mary remained in her marriage out of loyalty to her young husband,aware that the real Barry was trapped inside the monster he had become.

 

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About the author (2010)

Mary Myers was born in Dublin in 1943,she was the second child in a family of twelve,she left school at the age of thirteen,to look after her sibling's the youngest being nine month's old,whilst her mother B found employment at the Unicorn Hotel in Dublin to make end's meet,she could not rely on her alcoholic husband Patrick to support his family.

At an early age Mary found she had a passion for writing,it was her only solace to escape her unhappy childhood.

As her life progressed her passion for writing was put on hold,whilst she brought up her own seven strapping son's.

Her creativity was resumed in later life, when her family had grown,giving her the opportunity to pursue her own dream's.

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