12 February 2011

A tale of forbidden passions - To Know the Road

Annie Coyle Martin releases a story of forbidden passions set in the war years and played against a background of sectarianism and religious conservatism in Ireland.

An inspiring tale of love, hate and the indomitable human spirit.

It is 1937, Victoria is the youngest daughter of well to do Irish Protestant parents. A chance meeting with a handsome stranger sets Victoria on a heartbreaking path of conflict involving family, tradition and religion. Caught between the Catholic and Protestant hostilities in Ireland, will Victoria and Donny ever find happiness?

This is a story of forbidden passions set primarily in the Thirties and the war years, and plays against a background of sectarianism and extreme social and religious conservatism in an Ireland neutral in the war, isolated at the edge of Europe and yet impacted in every filament of daily life by the conflict.

Find out more…To Know the Road

“A sweeping heart-tugging wartime love story brought to life by deftly crafted characters.” …..publishedbestsellers.com


4 comments:

  1. Elizabeth Hutchings27 February 2011 at 19:54

    This looks interesting. When is it coming out?

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  2. Gabrielle Monaghan28 February 2011 at 13:40

    Elizabeth, Good things come to those who wait, but I see Barnes and Noble and likely Amazon will take orders now. Enjoy. Annie

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  3. I read " The Music of What Happens" and enjoyed it. This looks like the sequel so great.

    Brian McNeely

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  4. Elizabeth Hutchings30 April 2011 at 17:10

    I enjoyed this book. Victoria 's night of passion with Donny changes her life forever. Her journey from somewhat spoilt middle class girl to wife and mother is full of twists and turns. The characters were well rounded and I enjoyed learning a bit about the history of Ireland as well. The side story of Saucebottle was compelling.

    Elizabeth Hutchings

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