Ashes of RemembranceBook - 1999
Set in a place and time in Ireland's history which affects the age in which we now live,Ashes of Remembrance continues the story begun in Only the River Runs Free andOf Men and Of Angels. Following the passionate Irish fight for freedom these gripping novels bring the heroism and heartbreak alive for modern readers, showing the roots of the troubles that brought so many Irish to the shores of America-and which continue to plague England and Ireland today. Ashes of Remembrance takes up the story in the fall of 1843 with the marriage of Kate and Joseph. But a conspiracy succeeds in separating them, and Joseph is deported to the new world while Kate must fight the secret enemies who plot to kill her and destroy the village.
Set in a place and time in Ireland's history which affects the age in which we now live, Ashes of Remembrance continues the story begun in Only the River Runs Free and Of Men and Of Angels.
Baker & Taylor
When Joseph is deported to the New World, Kate must fight the secret enemies who plot to kill her and destroy the village of Ballyknockanor
Blackwell North Amer
Kate stands alone, fighting her tears and her anger. This was the night she had dreamed of for so long. The night that would end the loneliness and find her in the arms of her beloved husband, Joseph. Instead, he sleeps in a dank cell in Galway City, charged with treason, a hanging offense in Ireland in 1843.
As Kate struggles to keep the home fires burning in Joseph's absence, the evil Colonel Mahon has his own plans for Kate Donovan Burke and the Burke estates. Though Adam Kane and friends work to rescue Joseph, the corrupt legal system proves more powerful and unreasonable than anyone could have anticipated.