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The Winship Family
Michael McCarthy

Author Self-Published
October 2014
On Sale: October 18, 2014
Featuring: Jane Winship; James Winship; William Winship
226 pages
ISBN: 1475263023
EAN: 9781475263022
Kindle: B00BA2Z69M
Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
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Saga | Historical

Historical fiction; family saga. A two volume book covering the lives of James Winship and his children in England and Ireland during the turbulent struggle for Irish independence, from 1852 to 1923. In Volume I, James Winship's life is chronicled from his early days, as an adopted Irish-born son of an Anglo-Irish lord in County Cork, Ireland, to his steady rise as a decorated war hero in British India and, ultimately, his succession to Charles Stewart Parnell, as leader of the Irish party in the House of Commons in the late 1890s. Volume II covers the life of his children: his son in British India and World War I, and his daughter in New York City, England, and Ireland. Volume I was first published in 1995 but was rewritten by the author in 2012. Volume II will be available in spring 2013.


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