Irish Eyes

Irish Eyes

A Nuala Anne McGrail Novel

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A woman born, like her mother, with visions of a mysterious shipwreck, becomes a famous singer and attempts to unravel the mystery of her life, despite attacks from a vicious media and the Balkan mafia. By the author of Irish Mist. 100,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave
Nuala Anne McGrail, that beautiful Irish spitfire, now lives in Chicago with her husband, Dermot, and their new baby, Nellliecoyne. As Nuala fans may suspect, Nelliecoyne is no ordinary baby: she is fey like her mother, and can see into the past as well as the future. Both Nuala and her daughter have had strange vibrations from a place on the lake where a shipload of Irish-Americans lost their lives a hundred years ago. In the course of their investigation, Nuala and Dermot make some dangerous enemies, and eventually have to solve a murder and find a buried treasure. Will Nuala survive the attacks of a sleazy DJ, and a dangerous run-in with the Balkan Mafia? And how does the diary of a young Irish woman at the turn of the century play into these events? Once again, Andrew M. Greeley--that master of the human heart--creates an engaging, charming story that will delight fans young and old.


Holtzbrinck
Nuala Anne McGrail, that beautiful Irish spitfire, now lives in Chicago with her husband, Dermot, and their new baby, Nellliecoyne. As Nuala fans may suspect, Nelliecoyne is no ordinary baby: she is fey like her mothers, and can see into the past as well as the future. Both Nuala and her daughter have had strange vibrations from a place on the lake where a shipload of Irish-Americans lost their lives a hundred year ago. In the course of their investigation, Nuala and Dermot make some dangerous enemies, and eventually have to solve a murder and find a buried treasure. Will Nuala survive the attacks of a sleazy DJ, and a dangerous run-in with the Balkan Mafia? And how does the diary of a young Irish woman at the turn of the century play into these events? Once again, Andrew M. Greeley--that master of the human heart--creates an engaging, charming story that will delight fans young and old.


Blackwell North Amer
Nuala Anne McGrail now lives in Chicago with her husband, Dermot, and their new baby, Nelliecoyne. As Nuala fans may suspect, Nelliecoyne is no ordinary baby: she is fey like her mother and can see into the past as well as the future. Nuala is having a hugely successful career as a folksinger but she is being brutally attacked in the media by a schlock-jock named Nick Farmer, who says he's out to push her off the charts. Obsessed with Nuala, he's even gone so far as to threaten to institute proceedings to have her baby taken away from her.
Both Nuala and her daughter have sensed strange vibrations from a place on the Lake where a shipload of Irish Americans lost their lives a hundred years ago. The indomitable Nuala, with her ever-faithful husband and the strange and curious help of her infant daughter, begins to work on unraveling the mystery of why and how the ship was sunk and what might be at the bottom of the Lake. In the course of the investigation they make some dangerous enemies and eventually have to solve a murder and find a buried treasure. Will Nuala survive the attacks of Nick Farmer and a dangerous run-in with the Balkan Mafia? And how does the diary kept by a young Irishwoman in the early 1900s play into these events?

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A woman born, like her mother, with visions of a mysterious shipwreck, becomes a famous singer and attempts to unravel the mystery of her life, despite attacks from a vicious media and the Balkan mafia

Publisher: New York : Forge, 2000
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312865702
0312865708
Branch Call Number: Fiction Gre
Characteristics: 320 p. ; 25 cm

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