Tipperary by Frank Delaney
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Born into a respected Irish-Anglo family in 1860, Charles loves his native land and its long-suffering but irrepressible people. As a healer, he travels the countryside dispensing traditional cures while soaking up stories and legends of bygone times and witnessing the painful, often violent birth of land-reform measures destined to lead to Irish independence.
"Delaney's confident storytelling and quirky characterizations enrich a fascinating and complex period of Irish history." - PW.
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Frank Delaney Author Biography
Frank Delaney was born in Tipperary, Ireland. A career in
broadcasting earned him fame across the United Kingdom. As well as being the author of more than 21 books, he has interviewed more than 3,000 writers for his BBC and international television and radio shows.
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