Reapers of Justice
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“Atmospheric descriptive and intriguing with believable characters. One moment a charming story of rural Ireland the next a tense exciting thriller, but always engaging and interesting“ John Mc Cormack
“It is a fascinating reminder of the lives of Irish women during the Irish War of Independence which explores the role of women, the power of the church, the unrelenting poverty and lack of education and opportunity in rural Ireland at the time” Máire O’Leary
1919. Sarah Murphy, a young schoolmistress is not who she claims to be. Underneath the calm mask of the earnest spinster struggling to enable her pupils to escape from the gnawing poverty of their parents, lies a whirlpool of uncertainties. Reared by her grandmother, since childhood she has agonized over the untimely death of her mother and abandonment by her father. In her short life she has known absence, rejection, and loneliness leading to a hasty and clandestine marriage with an IRA commander, who is on the run for the murder of RIC officers.
The local village of Somerset is beset by rumour and counter rumour as a lethal style of guerrilla warfare is waged against the forces of the British Crown. Time spent with Sean is precious as he moves under the cover of darkness from one “safe house” to another.
Yet, she doesn`t know about the innate corruption of human nature. She only knows that she must stay one step ahead of informers and spies. In her efforts to stay alive she quickly learns that all rules of behaviour must be thrown to the four winds.
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