Donegal's Son

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Author House, Sep 12, 2011 - Fiction - 316 pages
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Katie Carey's life is disrupted by a request from her dying father, forcing her to recall the enigmatic grandfather she never knew. A skulking stranger, hints of the Irish struggles for independence and a recurring dream are preludes to accusations and murder, catapulting Katie on a quest to her Irish roots. She soon learns her traveling companion harbors disturbing hositilities. Shocking truth unravels, revealing passions fueled in hatred and rekindled in the present ongoing strife, bringing with it, repercussions landing squarely on Katie's shoulders. In her second novel, L. Jaye Hill recaptures the unique character of steel town, Shankton, Pennsylvania, first introduced in the historical novel, Steel Clouds.
 

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Contents

PROLOGUE
CHAPTER THREE
CHAPTER FOUR
CHAPTER FIVE CHAPTER SIX CHAPTER SEVEN
CHAPTER TWELVE
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
CHAPTER TWENTYSEVEN
CHAPTER TWENTYEIGHT CHAPTER TWENTYNINE
CHAPTER THIRTYFOUR
CHAPTER THIRTYEIGHT
CHAPTER FORTY CHAPTER FORTYONE CHAPTER FORTYTWO CHAPTER FORTYTHREE
CHAPTER FORTYNINE CHAPTERFIFTY CHAPTER FIFTYONE CHAPTER FIFTYTWO
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Ms. Hill's travels to Ireland, influenced by her celtic heritage and childhood experiences among the massive steel mills of Western Pennsylvania provided inspiration for her storytelling. Her love for Irish ballads led her to write the song lyrics in Donegal's Son. Ms. Hill was published for several years with an historical column, "Looking Back" with the Berkeley Independent newspaper. She is the editor of "Battery Warren and the Santee Light Artillery", authored by Robert G. Pasquill, Jr. Ms. Hill currently resides in Florida where she is compiling a collection of her poetry, which she hopes to publish while writing her third novel, a mystery in the locale of South Carolina's Low Country.

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