Jean Grainger Box Set: So Much Owed, Shadow of a Century, Under Heaven’s Shining Stars

January 16, 2020 - Comment

Three unputdownable stories of Irish love, loyalty, patriotism and betrayal. USA Today bestseller, and winner of the Author’s Circle Best Historical Fiction 2016.‘What you get with a Jean Grainger book is warm, authentic writing that welcomes you into the heart of Ireland.’ Kate Kerrigan, New York Times bestselling author of the Ellis Island trilogy.  If you

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Three unputdownable stories of Irish love, loyalty, patriotism and betrayal.

USA Today bestseller, and winner of the Author’s Circle Best Historical Fiction 2016.
‘What you get with a Jean Grainger book is warm, authentic writing that welcomes you into the heart of Ireland.’ Kate Kerrigan, New York Times bestselling author of the Ellis Island trilogy. 

If you like Maeve Binchy, Rhys Bowen or Jojo Moyes, you’ll love Jean Grainger. Enjoy three best selling Irish stories in this great value box set. 
1200+ pages, 1000+ 5* reviews

So Much Owed 

 
The Buckley family of Dunderrig, West Cork, Ireland, find themselves drawn into WW2 despite Ireland’s neutrality. 

From the Nazi presence in the drawing rooms of middle class Dublin to the bombed out streets of London, So Much Owed will sweep you away in a story of intrigue, betrayal, love and loyalty. 

Shadow of a Century

1916 – Dublin’s streets are running red with revolution as Ireland makes her final bid for freedom, but for two families the stakes are even higher than their country’s liberation. Should they sacrifice their own happiness to make Ireland free?

Under Heaven’s Shining Stars
Cork 1960 – Three boys, who defy society, and the Catholic Church, to save each other. Liam, Patrick and Hugo realise that friends are often the family that we choose. 

Some Amazon reviews;
‘Best historical fiction I have ever read.’ 

‘Jean has a knack of getting inside the Irish history and letting love shine through.’

‘Move over Maeve Binchy, this is unputdownable.’

‘Meticulously researched but presented in such an accessible way, you’ll feel like you know the characters, and you’ll really care about them.’

‘A must for anyone with Irish blood in them.’

Experience the full spectrum of emotions as these stories sweep you away to the Emerald Isle…

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