Sky by Deirdre Purcell

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A local Montana newspaper reporter stumbles onto a chilling secret behind the death of the town's most prominent citizen, one which could turn an ordinary story into one of the biggest international stories of the year. At the same time, she's falling in love with an Irish schoolteacher passing through on vacation, or is he? Now as she digs deeper, she finds that nothing can be taken at face value, and her own life may be at risk!

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Published January 1, 1996 by Town House. 518 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance, Business & Economics. Fiction

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One of the Irish-Canadian-American subversive groups that spawned from Dublin's 1972 Bloody Sunday is at the core of Purcell's convoluted latest book (after Ashes of Roses).

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