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        Irish Author


        Hazel McIntyre


    

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        ISBN: 0-9524426-2-0


        £6.99 € 9.00


Secrets

      On The Breeze

      the second volume in Hazel McIntyre's acclaimed rural trilogy, (following

      on from For love of Mary Kate) is an outstanding storytelling achievement

      packed with intriguing characters which holds the attention to the very

      end.


      From Dublin and Donegal to the streets of New York and Canada, the lives

      of four women are changed irrevocably by love, fear and dark secrets that

      they must keep.



    

Out of Print



        ISBN: 0-9524426-6-3


        £6.99 € 9.00


Echoes

      of Another Time

      combines fiction and memoir in this compelling, evocative collection of

      stories set in Donegal. Hazel McIntyre skillfully lets us into a rural world

      of wakes, weddings, funerals, dances, missions and much more. This delightful,

      uplifting and often funny glimpse of life in another time is sure to to

      appeal to the better instincts of all who who read it


      

      

Out of Print



        ISBN: 0-9524426-1-2


        £5.99 € 7.60


        


'Lament

        in the wind' is the subject for a new film project by 'the Ulster American Folk

        Park.


        


        Hazel McIntyre's latest novel ‘Lament In The Wind’ was launched

        in Culdaff in October 30th 1999. Beginning in the present, the carefully

        researched work of fiction set against the background of famine Ireland,

        tells the compelling story of Cassie O’ Connor. It has already been described,

        as a story of that will live long in the memory of the reader. ‘Lament

        in the wind' is not only Hazel McIntyre’s tribute to the victims of The

        Great Hunger, but is also a tribute to the courage and dignity of the

        human spirit.


        

Out of Print


    



        ISBN: 0-9524426-5-5


        £6.99 € 9.00


    



This

        book has been chosen by 'Woman's Way' magazine as the most compelling

        read for the millennium edition.

        

      


 ‘For

        Love of Mary Kate’ set in 1920's Donegal and New York was launched

        in 1996 in Hazel McIntyre's   native village of Culdaff. Described

        as a "compelling saga of love and courage spanning three generations,"

        it is one of those books that cannot be put down.


      Out of Print

    



        ISBN:

        0-9524426-0-4


        £5.99 € 7.60


      



Set

      among the people and places of Hazel McIntyre's childhood. "Iron

        Wheels on Rocky Lanes" will evoke many memories and bring

      laughter and tears to the eyes of the reader.


      Every rural community in Ireland will relate to the characters and events

      which unfold on each new page.


      

Out of Print