''That's Just How It Was'' by Mary Thorpe

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"The author is more storyteller than highly polished writer. There are occasional grammatical errors ("I own her a debt") and missing quotation marks, and she mentions places and events that readers will likely be unfamiliar with, such as Bridget "walking all the way up to the Boghall Road.” More explanation would have helped."
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“That’s Just How It Was is a moving family tale through which much can be gleaned about life during the push for Irish independence… This is a satisfying, emotionally involving read.”- Clarion Review
 

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Published February 21, 2014 by AuthorHouse. 276 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel. Non-fiction
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BlueInk Review

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on May 14 2014

"The author is more storyteller than highly polished writer. There are occasional grammatical errors ("I own her a debt") and missing quotation marks, and she mentions places and events that readers will likely be unfamiliar with, such as Bridget "walking all the way up to the Boghall Road.” More explanation would have helped."

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