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The Broncle, a Curious Tale of Adoption and Reunion
     

The Broncle, a Curious Tale of Adoption and Reunion

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by Brian Bailie
 

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The problem with discovering your roots: the more digging you do, the dirtier you can get.

Adopted into middle-class urban respectability, but with origins deep in the heart of a dramatic rural landscape, BRONCLE is a personal journey of discovery intrinsically linked to the bloody past of Ireland; a true story of smuggling, heartbreak, betrayal, adultery, and

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The problem with discovering your roots: the more digging you do, the dirtier you can get.

Adopted into middle-class urban respectability, but with origins deep in the heart of a dramatic rural landscape, BRONCLE is a personal journey of discovery intrinsically linked to the bloody past of Ireland; a true story of smuggling, heartbreak, betrayal, adultery, and lifetime of deception and secrecy.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781456605780
Publisher:
eBookit.com
Publication date:
10/21/2011
Pages:
172
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.37(d)

Meet the Author

Brian Bailie is an unassuming Irishman with a writing style that reflects a plainspoken sense of humour and his Ulster-Scots roots. He lives between the lough and the sea, in the rolling green landscape of the Ards Peninsula of Northern Ireland.
Brian has written several non-fiction books (in his own name, and as a ghost-writer for other authors) on a range of topics. His personal experience includes an eclectic career encompassing farming, engineering, commercial art, and product design; his various exploits have taken him across Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand, and Malaysia, as well as several years working in the industrial east coast of China.

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The Broncle, a Curious Tale of Adoption and Reunion 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
OldChinahand More than 1 year ago
amazing true story told against the beautiful backdrop of Ireland, and spanning a century, this book is definitely worth picking up (I couldn't put it down).