1939- ; author of A Few Late Roses (1998), a novel of women's lives set
in Armagh; also Stranger in the Place (1998) and Summer on the Hawthorn (1999); also On a Clear Day (2001), a tale of orphanage and growth in
which Clare Hamilton plans a new life with Andrew Richardson in Canada
but leaves alone for Paris after family tragedy changes her mind; a sequel, Beyond the Green Hills (2003), set in Armagh and Paris; also The Woman from Kerry (2003), The Hamiltons of Ballydown (2004) and The Hawthorns Bloom in May (2006), a trilogy.
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A Few Late Roses (London: Headline 1997), 314pp; Stranger in the Place (
London: Headline 1998), 250pp.; Summer on the Hawthorn (London: Headline 1999), 279pp.; Beyond the Green Hills (Sutton: Severn House 2002), 308pp., & Do. (Belfast Blackstaff Press 2003),
x, 412pp.; The Woman from Kerry (Sutton: Severn House
2003), 312pp., and Do. (Belfast: Blackstaff 2004), 418pp.; The Hamiltons of Ballydown (Sutton: Severn House 2004), 432pp., & Do. (Belfast: Blackstaff Press 2004), 408pp.; Also On a Clear Day (Sutton: Severn House 2001), 374pp., & Do. (Belfast: Blackstaff Press), 486pp.; The Hawthorns Bloom in May (Belfast: Blackstaff Press; Sutton: Severn Press 2006), 296pp.
COPAC lists Beyond the green hills 2002; A few late roses 1997; Stranger in the place 1998; Summer of the hawthorn 1999; On a clear day 2001; The woman from Kerry 2003; The Hamiltons of Ballydown 2004; The hawthorns bloom in May 2006 [March 2006].
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