Santa Fe Sisters
by Colin McAlpin
It is the late 1880s. Sisters Georgina and Violet Sophia Devonshire live in the village of Glenscullion in the beautiful Glens of Antrim in Northern Ireland enjoying a life of good fortune, until misfortune befalls them and they are forced to leave for a new, yet uncertain, life in America.
On the voyage from Londonderry to Baltimore they befriend an elderly gentleman who unfortunately dies during the journey, It is an encounter that changes their lives forever.
Along the way, the sisters meet a collection of weird and wonderful characters, including a deadly business rival, a colourful vaudeville singer and an enigmatic preacher man. And romance may be on the cards too. But will their dreams turn to reality in the face of opposition, danger and betrayal?
SANTA FE SISTERS is a carefully researched story featuring strong female characters who will keep you enthralled until the very last page; it’s a tale that will linger long in the memory and leave you wanting more.
"I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The writer has a good way of "spinning a yarn" and a good knowledge of the locations that are used in telling the tale.
I was disappointed to get to the end of the book as I was enjoying it so much and I look forward eagerly to the next novel from Colin McAlpin."
"A book I didn't want to finish, much better than I anticipated and can't wait for the sequel!! Well written with every little detail well researched... Would thoroughly recommend ..."
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