Now and in the Hour of Our Death

Now and in the Hour of Our Death

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Nine years after the bloody conflict in Northern Ireland tore apart young lovers Davy McCutcheon and Fiona Kavanagh, both remain haunted by their past. Fiona has forged a new life for herself in Vancouver, but can't forget her troubled homeland or the love she left behind. Davy, meanwhile, is serving twenty-five years in prison for his actions as a bomb maker for the Provisional IRA and wants nothing more to do with death and violence, but finds himself drawn into a dangerous conspiracy despite himself.
Publisher: New York :, Forge,, 2014
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ♭ 2005
ISBN: 9780765335197
0765335190
Characteristics: 382 pages

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martins_mom Dec 13, 2014

Heart rending story of 'the troubles' in Northern Ireland in the 1980's. Third in a trilogy, but it stands on its own very well.

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wydercider
Aug 31, 2014

An allegory of almost great proportions. Patrick Taylor write brilliant descriptive prose - when MacCutcheon's ex-girlfriend's Vancouver surroundings are described the reader really understands what is going on. Clearly Northern Ireland was not a pleasant place to be during the "Troubles" I strongly recommend this book - I feel there is an important lesson for us all in this tale!

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