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Catherine Kullmann

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I was born and educated in Dublin. Following a three-year courtship conducted mostly by letter, I moved to Germany where I lived for twenty-five years before returning to Ireland. I have worked in the Irish and New Zealand public services and in the private sector.

I have a keen sense of history and of connection with the past which so often determines the present. I am fascinated by people. I love a good story, especially when characters come to life in a book.

I have always enjoyed writing, I love the fall of words, the shaping of an expressive phrase, the satisfaction when a sentence conveys my meaning exactly. I enjoy plotting and revel in the challenge of evoking a historic era for characters who behave authentically in their period whil
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Picture 19th Century View of Brussels I must apologise for the delay in continuing with this series. To quote Rabbie Burns, and as today’s post shows, “The best laid schemes o' mice an' men/Gang aft a-gley.”

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