‘Engaging characters, poignant plots’ ELIZABETH GILL
County Armagh, 1845. Married to the local blacksmith, young Sarah Hamilton spends her days looking after John and his apprentices at the forge, and her happiness is strengthened by the steady love of her husband and the beautiful landscape of her home on Drumilly Hill. But when tragedy strikes, her life is changed for ever. As the crops across Ireland begin to fail and the textile industry struggles to adapt to new methods, Sarah isn’t the only one enduring hardships. Along with her friends and neighbours, Sarah lives through loss and disappointment, but ultimately discovers courage, love and the longevity of hope.
‘Immensely readable’ Belfast Telegraph
|Publisher:||Allison & Busby, Limited|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||357 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Anne Doughty was born in Armagh, Northern Ireland. She is the author of twelve novels including A Few Late Roses which was longlisted for the Irish Times fiction prize. After many years living in England, she returned to Belfast in 1998 and wrote the first of the novels that make up the Hamiltons series.