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The Secrets Of Nine Irish Sons Ii

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This novel is the Sequel to The Secrets of Nine Irish Sons, a story about an Irish family from a fictional Village in Aghadoe, Ireland, whose dashing good looks, charming personalities, and joyous love of life becomes the envy and unquenchable obsession of another family---one very rich, incredibly shallow, and unmercifully corrupt.

The heroine, Mary Elizabeth O'Malley is blessed with a mysterious gift that becomes the fixation of a vicious assassin whose passionate lust to ...

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Overview

This novel is the Sequel to The Secrets of Nine Irish Sons, a story about an Irish family from a fictional Village in Aghadoe, Ireland, whose dashing good looks, charming personalities, and joyous love of life becomes the envy and unquenchable obsession of another family---one very rich, incredibly shallow, and unmercifully corrupt.

The heroine, Mary Elizabeth O'Malley is blessed with a mysterious gift that becomes the fixation of a vicious assassin whose passionate lust to control her, leads to a deceptive plot that leaves her and her husband isolated and abandoned in Latin America.

As the evil McStanish and his vindictive son struggle for supremacy, their criminal empire continues to expand and spill over into the lives of the people in Aghadoe. Their uninvited entanglement drives each of the nine Irish sons to seek justice according to his own conflicted sense of duty, outrage, and moral values.

After Mary's captivity of twenty years comes to an end, the saga picks up with the kidnapping of her husband, Luke O'Malley. He is forced into a drug compound in Panama where he escapes only to be lost among the indigenous Indians who live deep in the Darien Gap. His survival becomes a daily quest in his unfamiliar and terrifying habitat.

As the O'Malley sons continue on their pursuit for understanding and revenge, they are persistently affected by Ireland's perpetuating mysticism as their family histories, ancient legends, and village leaders deeply influence their lives. They develop unique and highly honed espionage skills, and their amazing accomplishments have broadened their partnerships with the CIA, FBI, Scotland Yard, and Interpol.

In this novel, they come face to face with their worst discovery--- human trafficking.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452837574
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/27/2010
  • Pages: 738
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.47 (d)

Meet the Author

Laura Joyce Moriarty studied Political Science at Emory University and went on to the University of Georgia to complete a Masters in Public Administration. She worked at Emory University in Information Technology for seventeen years. During part of that tenure she wrote extensively on various technology topics and was the chief editor of a scholarly journal entitled, A Publication on Information Technology from Emory University [POINT]. Many of her papers on information technology can still be found on the Internet. She is now retired and living in Florida.
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