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MY NOT SO PERFECT LIFE

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Also by Michael McCarthy:

The Winship Family Book 2, November 2014
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The Winship Family Book Three, November 2014
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The Winship Family, October 2014
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The Winship Family Book 2
Michael McCarthy

THE WINSHIP FAMILY 2
Author Self-Published
November 2014
On Sale: October 21, 2014
Featuring: William Winship; Cornelia Winship; James Winship
413 pages
ISBN: 1490329153
EAN: 9781490329153
Kindle: B00JS730NK
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Historical | Saga

Against the backdrop of the Irish independence movement, Book Two of the three-volume family saga, The Winship Family, continues the lives of James Winship and his two children, William and Cornelia, and the scheming Marquess of Gortin and his revenge-laden Sudbury family. James recovers from another family tragedy, returns to the political arena, rising to a cabinet position in the British Liberal party, and enters into an affair with the fashionable political hostess, Lady Emily Winslowe; William becomes a a British Indian army officer, battling tribesmen and a trumped-up court martial; Cornelia encounters life-changing complications as a glittering debutante in a dramatic London Social Season; and the Sudburys, grandfather, father, and son, together weave webs of harmful intrigue against the Winships. Included in this Anglo-Irish historical novel are actual parliamentary leaders, like Winston Churchill, David Lloyd George, H.H.Asquith, Arthur Balfour, and the Irish party leaders John Dillon and Timothy Healy.

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