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Love of Brothers

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From the INTRODUCTORY.
IT was a night of bright moonlight that made for pitchy shadows under wall or tree. Patsy Kenny was looking for the goat, she having broken her tether. He had been driven forth by his fierce old grandfather with threats of the most awful nature if he should return without the goat.
The tears were not yet dry on Patsy's small face. He had kneaded the
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Published March 1st 2010 by B&R Samizdat Express (first published January 1st 2009)
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Perry Whitford
The story begins with a riding tragedy which contains a guilty secret on a moonlit night in Western ireland.

Twenty years later, the people and facts behind that tragedy will return to haunt Sir Shaun O'Gara, his wife Mary, their son Terry and a young woman named Stella, newly arrived to rural Killesky.

Katherine Tynan was a poet and the author of many, many novels, over a hundred. I read a book of her poetry, not so long ago and promised to try one of her novels at some time, though dubious as t
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Born in 1861 in Clondalkin, County Dublin, Irish poet and novelist Katharine Tynan was educated at a convent school in Drogheda, and began publishing her poetry in 1878, when she was seventeen years old. Tynan was active in Dublin literary circles, and was friends with poets Gerald Manley Hopkins, and William Butler Yeats, and a correspondent with poet Francis Ledwidge. She married writer and barr ...more
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