The Red and the GreeneBook - 2010
On the eve of the Easter Rising, a divided Irish family is pushed to the brink of destruction In the dark days of the First World War, tensions between Catholic Pat Dumay and his Protestant cousin Andrew Chase-White threaten to tear their family apart along political and religious lines. As Ireland moves ever closer to the deadly Easter rebellion, the family is engulfed in an epic drama of love, loyalty, and loss that will change their lives forever. The rain-soaked streets of Murdoch's 1916 Ireland leap off the page in this gripping story of a family -- and a country -- on the cusp of a momentous turning point in history.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Open Road Media, 
Branch Call Number: FICTION Mur
Description: 1 online resource (319 pages)