Tracey is a tough streetwise 22-year-old born to a middle-class English woman. All she knows about her father is his name, Eoin MacSweeney, and that he was a travelling fiddle-player from Donegal. When her mother dies, Lisa hears by chance that MacSweeney is still alive and sets off to find him.
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Dermot Bolger is a distinguished novelist and playwright. His novels include The Journey Home, The Woman's Daughter, Emily's Shoes, and, most recently, A Second Life. He lives and works in Dublin.Review:
'Father's Music pulses to the rhythm of a taut romantic thriller. It is the work of a master craftsman, with intricate plotting and the interweaving of characters' lives casting a hypnotic spell' Jack Hanna, Irish Times 'Dermot Bolger creates a Dublin, a particular world, like no one else writing can... It is the urban landscape of the thriller that Bolger has made exclusively his own.' Anne Haverty, Sunday Independent 'A masterly psychological thriller' Sunday Telegraph
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Book Description Flamingo, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 2254719
Book Description Flamingo, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0002254719