by Shirley Gault
When Beibhinn Sweeney decided to trace her roots and to pay her respects at her late father’s grave, little did she know how big a can of worms she would open.
Set mainly in post ‘troubles’ Belfast in 1996 with dissidents still waging war on the British Army, Beibhinn’s Quest continues where Another Time Another Place left off.
It’s a story of mystery and intrigue, of danger and romance and is sure to delight the author’s growing followers.
Shirley Gault, of course, is no stranger to listeners of local radio in her native Northern Ireland, having enjoyed a regular and popular poetry reading slot.
She has published several well received poetry collections; her first foray into fiction saw the release of Reflections Two which included a number of short stories.
Praise for the author’s previous books
“Honest, haunting and heartrending.”
“Brilliant, articulate and emotional.”
“Another fantastic book by an extremely talented author.”
“Couldn’t put it down, finished the book in one day.
‘Shirley's poems really struck a cord with me and I found comfort and reassurance in her words’
‘Emotive and evocative, filled with memories of a life well lived’
‘This is a book I'll return to again and again’
‘Honest, haunting and heartrending’
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