After branching out from the historical fiction, I stumbled back into a page turner – The Alice Network.
“Hope was such a painful thing, far more painful than rage.” From The Alice Network… 136 more words
What little history I was taught in school during the sixties told me that I lived under a ‘constitutional monarchy’. I was told that the exercise of the Divine Right of Kings – an absolute monarch – ended when Cromwell and his supporters beheaded King Charles I of England in 1649. 2,798 more words
Readers may recall past work on the site that compiled a database of local Irish women–the vast majority from Cork–who married First World War U.S. servicemen and began new lives across the Atlantic (you can see the database… 1,454 more words