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Tullykillane, 1941

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A young American, who only signed on as a seaman to forget the humiliation of his football career's disastrous end, is shipwrecked in neutral Ireland three months before Pearl Harbor. He soon becomes entangled with the local policeman's daughter, the IRA,and the Nazis, but he seeks, and in the end gets, his revenge. ...more
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Oct 03, 2012 David Westwood rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
In this story [Tullykillane, 1941], Sean Russell, a Bostonian of Irish ancestry, is the sole survivor of a German U-Boat attack on his merchant freighter. Marooned in Ireland after the loss of his ship, he's torn about what to do next -- seek revenge on the Germans, get home to America, or stay in Ireland with a vivacious Irish lass whom he's attracted to. And therein lies the charm of Westwood's stories. He creates well-drawn characters, fleshes them out in settings filled with accurate, minute ...more
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Author of The World War Two Series:

Emmerspitz, 1938
Deauvenoy, 1939
Kelsmeath, 1940
Tullykillane, 1941
Kopersund, 1942
Valdinato, 1943
Mossingdene, 1944
Onishiwan, 1945

The World War One Series:

Belmédon, 1914
Denderbeck, 1915
Charentin, 1918


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