The Delaney Woman
by Jeanette Baker (Goodreads Author)
Kellie Bennett is a long way from her roots. After growing up poor amidst the turmoil of Northern Ireland, she has worked hard to achieve a picture-perfect life with her husband in England. Then, without warning, a chain of events occurs that shatters her family and places her life in jeopardy. She is forced to take on the identity of Claire Delaney--a woman who is serving...more
Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
Published June 1st 2003 by Mira Books
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If you are Irish or enjoy books about Ireland you will enjoy this book. Its a irish mystery with love, intrigue and suspense. Kellie Delaney goes looking for the person who is responsible for the death of her twin brother. Yet, the man she meets Tom Whelan is nothing like what she expects. I won't ruin it for you. It's a really good read.
I love all things Irish, the language, a good cup of tea, soda bread, stew, smoked salmon, banoffee pie, green hills, happy cows, chedder cheese,... and all things Southern, sweet iced tea, southern hospitality, everything written by Anne Rivers Siddons and Johanna Trollope, blazing sunsets, driving through hot desert nights with the windows open, coffee and conversation with good friends, Katheri...moreMore about Jeanette Baker...