Five Golden Rings and a Diamond - Part One - Ireland Passion and Pain

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Niamh Murphy (pronounced Neev) is almost 16 and growing beautifully. Her strong character defies her father's wish to trade her for something worth more than gold. Her girlish brashness takes her on a romantic hunt that hurries her growth into a woman who will stop at nothing to gain true love: Secret Sheltha language idioms used (McAllister, 1934) More

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Published by Marie Seltenrych
Words: 67,850
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452380186

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Review by: Susanna C. Mahoney on Dec. 20, 2013 : (no rating)
Looking for a variety of stories from traditional Irish to funny to religious with creative wording and beautiful artwork for adults to young children then this author may be the one to read. Her stories are a delicious treat to curl up with hot chocolate, English tea and trumpets by a fire place fire on a snowy night or by the seashore in the warm weather.

Preview and I guarnattee you will be pleased to find this author and her gems of love written for all ages. Packages that come in small boxes or books are a forever gift. Back to this sentimental and Irish folklore as the fire is crackling and the snow has this reader in a mood for a entertaining story or stories.

This author is on my top ten list for 2013 and 2014 as I look forward to see more of this talented author's books. Happy holidays and Merry CHRISTMAS.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: keith rafferty on Oct. 04, 2013 :
When I read this book in 2007 I had to write a poem to convey the thoughts evoked ...

I might be wrong (30 11 2007)

I just read a book
A story of love
Was there and then gone for ever
A story of happiness-sad
Was there and then gone for ever
Peaceful in mind
Bring peace to all
Smiles of love
Conquer all
Melt away pain
Happiness gain

Muse:
upon reading ‘Five golden rings and a diamond’ by Marie Seltynrych
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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