Glenallen by Mary Ryan
A Novel of Ireland

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The boarding-school friendship of three young girls--Cissie, Mary, and Peg--shapes and colors their lives, in a story of passion, family hatreds, and dark secrets set against the backdrop of Glenallen, the Fitzpatrick family manor, in 1930s Ireland.

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Mary Ryan is the internationally bestselling author of "Song of the Tide, The Promise, Mask of the Night, Summer's End, Shadows from the Fire, "and "Glenallen," A lawyer for many years, she now devotes her time to writing. Mary Ryan is the great-great niece of Tom Walsh and based this novel on real-life events. She is based in Dublin and is married with two children.
Published March 1, 1993 by St Martins Pr. 503 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Set in 1930 County Galway, a glossily satisfying novel of romantic suspense (this Irish author's first to be published here) with all the cherished staples: a gilded family with at least one sinister nut embedded within, old houses, and, here, even a touch of the supernatural tuned to the evil-re...

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