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Also by Michael McCarthy:

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

Author Self-Published
November 2014
On Sale: October 21, 2014
Featuring: Cornelia Winship; William Winship; James Winship
243 pages
ISBN: 1494732157
EAN: 9871494732158
Kindle: B00JXLXS92
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Against the backdrop of the Irish independence movement, Book Three, Independence, the final book in The Winship Family trilogy, continues the lives of James and Emily Winship, Cornelia, now Viscountess Leadon, William and Anne Winship, Brendan and Sean Kenny, and Wilton and Ivor Sudbury. Book Three finishes with the drama surrounding the 1921 treaty between Great Britain and Ireland, the ensuing Irish civil war, the murder of Michael Collins, and the death, in 1938, of James Winship. Included in this book are British parliamentary leaders Winston Churchill, David Lloyd George, H.H. Asquith, and Irish political leaders Eamon de Valera, Michael Collins, John Redmond, and John Dillon.

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