WHATEVER YOU SAY, SAY NOTHING

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WHATEVER YOU SAY, SAY NOTHING

WHATEVER YOU SAY SAY NOTHING What happens when you fall in love with one of the men who killed your father Dublin Ireland is torn apart by a brutal and bloody guerrilla war as the Irish fight for their independence from Bri

  • Title: WHATEVER YOU SAY, SAY NOTHING
  • Author: Julian Bell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What happens when you fall in love with one of the men who killed your father Dublin, 1920 Ireland is torn apart by a brutal and bloody guerrilla war as the Irish fight for their independence from Britain Aisling has fled to the city after her father was murdered and her town burnt to the ground by the British Army She finds work as a maid for Harry, a British Army offWhat happens when you fall in love with one of the men who killed your father Dublin, 1920 Ireland is torn apart by a brutal and bloody guerrilla war as the Irish fight for their independence from Britain Aisling has fled to the city after her father was murdered and her town burnt to the ground by the British Army She finds work as a maid for Harry, a British Army officer who is spying on the Irish rebels, sending dozens to their deaths Patrick, a volunteer for the Irish Republican Army, recruits Aisling to spy on Harry But then Patrick finds he is falling in love with Aisling and Aisling finds she is falling in love with Harry With pace, drama and evocative period detail, Whatever You Say, Say Nothing tells the story of one woman s agonising dilemma Which is important Faith, family and country Or the calling of your heart

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    One thought on “WHATEVER YOU SAY, SAY NOTHING

    1. Bonnye Reed on said:

      GA I received a free pdf of this story in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, Julian Bell, for sharing your work with me. This is a very interesting tale of the troubles in Ireland seen through the eyes of a young woman greatly influenced and affected by the turmoil, raised to see the problems from the side of the rebellion, yet drawn to an English military man. Julian Bell writes a tight story, with cleancut characters and a look through history to early twentieth century Dublin. I would [...]

    2. Lisa on said:

      A fascinating novel of divided loyalties during a time of great historical change. Can't wait for the sequel!

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