Heart and Soul
by Maeve Binchy
The multifaceted people linked to a cardiac care center in Dublin are highlighted as they sort out the troubled relationships and difficult decisions facing them. Readers will recognize some of the characters from earlier Binchy novels now associated with the hospital. It's more of the signature drama and romance that fans have come to expect from this beloved author.
by Frank Delaney
Robert Shannon, a Marine chaplain in the Great War, suffers from post traumatic stress disorder and shell shock. In 1922 he travels to Ireland in search of his family roots hoping to find the remnants of peace and faith he had before his wartime experiences. He discovers an Ireland torn apart by political strife and steeped in myth and tradition. An unforgettable story by the author of other notable Irish novels.
by Mary Pat Kelly
An Irish couple leaves their homeland during the Great Starvation and travels to America to begin a new life in Chicago. They raise their family in this frontier town and contribute to its transformation into a great city. The novel spans six generations and is a wonderful celebration of family history.