Return to Robinswood: An Irish family saga.

Jean Grainger (Author)
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Description

USA Today bestselling author Jean Grainger has done it again.

One Irish house, two very different families, and a war that changed everything.

Robinswood Estate, County Waterford, Ireland. 1946.

Years of neglect and abandonment have left the family seat of the Keneficks almost derelict, but the new Lord Kenefick and his charming young wife Kate, are determined to breathe life into the old house once more.

The war is over and they have survived, so now they must set about making a bright future for themselves and their family. But the shadows of the past are ever lurking, and there are many who are not willing to see the new Lady Kenefick as anything more than the housekeeper's daughter.

Kate's family, the Murphys, find themselves once more, inextricably entwined with both the Keneficks and Robinswood, but this time everything is different. Or at least they hope it is.

The legacy of the war cannot be erased, and the events of those fateful years will not be forgotten. Can Robinswood provide a haven for those who need it, or are the scars of the past too deep?

Return to Robinswood is the second book in The Robinswood Story.


What reviewers are saying:

'Grainger manages to seamlessly weave a rich history, a beautiful landscape and characters you care deeply about into a rattling good story that will leave you hungry for more.'

'I love Jean Grainger novels, I feel like I'm actually there, in Ireland with people I care about so much. She has a rare gift.'

'You know those books you read slowly towards the end, to make them last? Jean Grainger books are like that.'

Product Details

Price
$15.99
Publisher
Independently Published
Publish Date
February 19, 2019
Pages
258
Dimensions
5.98 X 0.58 X 9.02 inches | 0.84 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781797471150

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About the Author

Jean Grainger is an Irish bestselling author who specializes in contemporary as well as historical fiction. Once a tour guide for Ireland, she went on to become an English and history teacher in a secondary school for boys. The winner of the 2016 Author's Circle Historical Novel of Excellence, she currently resides with her husband and children in rural County Cork, Ireland.