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An historical novel dealing with the political situation in Ireland at
the latter end of the 16th and early 17th century. It was a tumultuous
period in Irish History peopled with larger than life characters, and
events which threatened the old Gaelic way of life. The author uses a wide canvas in setting the narrative not
only in Ireland, but Spain, the Western Islands of Scotland and Canada.
It is a compelling read with its unique insights into a formative period
in Irish History.