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Music Across the Mersey

Geraldine O'Neill

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Sagas

A heartwarming saga of Irish orphans separated by the sea from Irish storyteller Geraldine O'Neill

A heartwarming saga of growing up in the 1940s and 1950s from Irish storyteller Geraldine O'Neill.

When a brother and sister are left orphaned by a tragic accident in 1930s Dublin, one is sent to Liverpool while the other is raised in Dublin. Spanning countries and decades this is a warm read perfect for fans of Maureen Lee and Lyn Andrews.

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Praise for Music Across the Mersey

  • Absolutely brilliant. I couldn't put it down. A real triumph - LYN ANDREWS

  • O'Neill's warmth and Binchyesque ability to make the reader care about her characters does indeed put her in the storytelling league of Queen Maeve - IRISH INDEPENDENT

  • A sparkling, seductive tale set in 1950s Ireland ... confident and absorbing, an irresistible journey of wealth, love and simply, life - INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY, IRELAND

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Geraldine O'Neill

Geraldine O'Neill was born in Lanarkshire, Scotland, to Irish/Scottish parents. She has lived in County Offaly, Ireland, for the past ten years. She is married and has two children. In addition to writing, she works as a teacher for children with learning difficulties.