Irish Winterby John Simpson
There he meets Devlin Walsh. Ian has seen him before, and the
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Living in Cork, Ireland, a hotbed of resistance to British rule, makes Ian Mulroney's life dangerous despite his peaceful beliefs. But disgusted by the brutality and shootings in the streets, he agrees to join the local IRA brigade to use his skills with medicine and learn the ways of war.
There he meets Devlin Walsh. Ian has seen him before, and the impression left upon his body was not easy to ignore. He couldn't know that Devlin felt the same. But because of the war, they are comrades first, despite their silent, budding attraction to one another.
As the resistance grows and the violence escalates, Ian and Devlin fight the only way they know how, losing family and friends in their efforts to free their country. Together, they are stronger to face the next day's struggle. Together, they are united in their belief in the hand of God. Together, they will find a way to survive the war.
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Terrible in so many ways. Only a Yank could write this romanticised, ill thought out bull about the murderous and evil IRA. Poorly written, cliche ridden and dull.