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Silence of Snow-bookcover

By: H V McDermott

Silence of Snow

Pages: 92 Ratings: 5.0
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Tommy Lee was born in the mid-’30s on the wrong side of the blanket in a small village in the west of Ireland. He was reared in a convent run by the nuns of the Poor Clare’s till he was eight years of age. He was then fostered to a couple, who, he found, were of intense hatred and deep devotion to all under one roof. Caught up in tragedy, misunderstanding and emigration, he finds himself on the run from the law, all alone in this world. Accused of double murders of his foster parents with no alibi, he jumps the first fishing boat to Cobh. Lying under a night’s fishing catch for eight hours, he then escapes. For the next 20 years, he lives in the shadows…

H V McDermott was born in England in the station hotel Spennymoor, County Durham. At the age of six, she came to live in Roscommon. She now lives with her husband, Batty, and seven children under the shadow of the Curlew Mountains on the eastern shore of Lough Gara.

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  • James O'Dowd

    Truly compelling masterpiece of literature, very uniquely told story in common yet understandable tones. I was looking for a good read over the colder winter months and really wanted a true edge of my seat experience, so sat down to read over one evening and just got lost in the pages, truly gripping & enthralling!!

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