Dublin's Girl | Paperback | By Eimear Lawlor

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by Eimear Lawlor | 14 April 2022

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Category: Historical Fiction

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Dublin's Girl by Eimear Lawlor

Synopsis

Falling in love with the enemy is the ultimate act of betrayal...

1917. A farm girl from Cavan, Veronica McDermott is desperate to find more to life than peeling potatoes. Persuading her family to let her stay with her aunt and uncle in Dublin so she can attend secretarial college, she has no idea what she is getting into. Recruited by Fr Michael O'Flanagan to type for Eamon De Valera, Veronica is soon caught up in the danger and intrigue of those fighing for Ireland's independence from Britain.

The attentions of a handsome British soldier, Major Harry Fairfax, do not go unnoticed by Veronica's superiors. But when Veronica is tasked with earning his affections to gather intelligence for Sinn Féin, it isn't long before her loyalty to her countrymen and her feelings for Harry are in conflict. To choose one is to betray the other...

Inspired by real life events and marking the centenary of the end of the War of Independence, Dublin's Girl is a thrilling historical debut from an exciting new Irish voice.

Reviews

'A great read with memorable characters, plenty of drama and lots of local history, providing a great snapshot of Dublin during the Irish War of Independence' Family Tree Magazine

'An interesting, page-turning story set in 1917' Irish Examiner 

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