Molly Murphys beau Captain Daniel Sullivan may be out of jail on bail, but hes still a ways from clearing his name, and his foul mood has Molly in search of a little breathing room when providence steps in in the form of a proposition from New York Citys renowned theatrical impresario Tommy Burke.
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"With a riveting plot capped off by a dramatic conclusion, Bowen captures the passion and struggles of the Irish people at the turn of the 20th century." - PW.
"The feisty Molly rarely disappoints in this rousing yarn seasoned with a dash of Irish history." - Kirkus.
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This is Bowen's sixth Molly Murphy historical, set at the turn of the 20th century, following Oh Danny Boy (2006).
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