Rose Doyle

Life
Author of Fate and Tomorrow (London: Stoddard & Houghton 2002); see also review of Eugene McEldowney, Stella’s Story (2002), infra.; Fate and Tomorrow (2002), in which Nessa O’Grady marries a brutal man who takes her to Africa where she meets married-man David Addison, becomes pregnant, and sets out for America with him on the Titanic [Books Ireland, Sept. 2003].

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Works
  • Images (Swords: Poolbeg Press 1993), [10], 382pp.;
  • Tarantula! (Swords: Children’s Poolbeg Press 1992), 94pp.;
  • Goodbye, Summer, Goodbye [Bright Sparks Ser.] (Dublin: Attic Press 1994), 139pp.;
  • The Invisible Monk (Dublin: Children’s Poolbeg Press 1994), 134pp.;
  • Kimbay (London: Macmillan 1995), 345pp.; Alva (Dublin: Town House/Country House 1996), vii, 422pp;
  • Perfectly Natural (Dublin: Town House 1997), [8], 454pp.;
  • The Shadow Player (Dublin: Town House 1999), [6], 341pp;
  • In Secret Sin (Dublin: Town House 2000), [10], 246pp.;
  • Fate and Tomorrow (London: Hodder & Stoughton 2002), 404pp.;
  • Friends Indeed (London: Coronet 2002), viii, 472pp.;
  • The Story of Joe Brown (Dublin: New Island 2004),82pp.;
  • Shadows Will Fall (London: Hodder & Stoughton 2004), 282pp.
Miscellaneous
  • ed., Christmas Treasury for Children (Dublin: Marino Press 1995), 160pp.;
  • ed., Letters from Irish College (Dublin: Marino Press 1996), 127pp.

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