Inishowen - Joseph O'Connor (Paperback)
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Inspector Martin Aitken's life is a mess. Divorced, his career's in chaos, and the last thing he needs this Christmas Even is a strange woman collapsed on a Dublin street. Ellen Donnelly is a woman on a mission, coming to Ireland to find her mother and escape her unfaithful husband. All three of their roads lead to Inishowen.
- 3 May 2001
- Supply Source
- Joseph O'Connor
- Number of Pages
- 197 x 129 x 30mm (320g)
Inishowen is a story of love found late, of hidden connections and a journey that changes three lives forever. There’s Inspector Martin Aitken whose life is a mess. Divorced, his career’s in chaos. There are terrible things growing inside his house and the last thing he needs is a collapsed woman in the street on Christmas Eve. There’s Ellen Donelly, a woman on a mission, coming to Ireland to find her mother, and escape her husband. Milton Amery is her husband, an unfaithful New York plastic surgeon. All three of their roads lead to Inishowen – a mysterious place that holds secrets that can unlock the heart.
- General Subject
- BISAC Subject 1
- Fiction / General
- BIC Classification 1
- Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- Library Subject 1
- Police - Fiction - Ireland - Dublin
- Dewey Classification
- General (US: Trade)
Joseph O'Connor was born in Dublin. His novels include Cowboys and Indians (Whitbread Prize shortlist), Star of the Sea (Irish Post Award for Fiction, France's Prix Millepages, Prix Madeleine Zepter for European Novel of the Year), Redemption Falls, and Ghost Light (Dublin One City One Book Novel, 2011). In 2012 he won the Irish PEN Award for Outstanding Achievement in Literature. His work has been published in thirty-five languages.