Margaret Of Cork

In the early years of the seventeenth century, Margaret Casey, widow of an Irish gentleman farmer, is evicted from her manor home by the English . Driven west to Munster with her children and retainers, she finds love, honor, and happiness among the grey Kerry stones. But war is forever on the horizon in Ireland, will Cromwell's army ruin everything? More

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About Gail Dennehy

Born in Massachusetts and presently living in Arizona, Gail Dennehy is a jack of all trades and, according to her friends, master of more than a few. She has trained in herbalism, accounting, and drafting. With an Associate in Science degree in Special Education- Behavioral, Ms. Dennehy has worked as a bookkeeper, nurses aide, sheet metal worker, industrial collector, teaching assistant, meat wrapper, motel maid, and telephone tarot card reader. Twice she ran for Town Clerk while living in Central Maine, where she, two dogs, and three cats resided in a trailer on the side of a mountain. Her hobbies include hand-spinning, beading, and, of course, the twenty grandchildren she shares with her third and last husband Paul.

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