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eBook The Kilternan Legacy ePub

by Anne McCaffrey

  • ISBN: 0887330509
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Anne McCaffrey
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brandywine Books; 1 edition (May 1, 1985)
  • Pages: 269
  • ePub book: 1639 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1677 kb
  • Other: mbr docx lit txt
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 137

Description

The kilternan legacy. This is Dublin proper but Kilternan doesn’t appear on it, much less Swann’s Lane, Simon said, spreading out the map across the small lounge tables.

The kilternan legacy. See, it’s down in here, and he illustrated. Nice country, I’m told.

We ate completely through the loaf, even to wetting fingertips to lift the last remaining crumbs from the table. Why did you give Shay Kerrigan such a cold ‘no’?. She frowned I like Shay, but he was going. She frowned I like Shay, but he was going to Ann’s, and she said he’d never set foot in her house again. I’ve been given the impression that they’ve known each other a long time. Snow gave one of her indifferent shrugs. She was pretty positive, Mom. And she wouldn’t say doodly-squat more than that. Doubtless you attempted to ascertain more details?.

The Kilternan Legacy book. This book really had little going for it, and I love books set in Ireland. If this was what Anne McCaffrey thought was romantic, it's amazing she was ever married or Well, not much mystery, romance was off kilter, and the kids were kind of obnoxious know it all's, and the dad was evil just because? Really? Romances are not really my thing, I keep getting them given to me, and it seems rude not to read a gift, however, this was dated, silly, lighter than light - it was made of helium!

Irene Teasey came to Ireland to claim an unexpected interitance from an aunt she had never met.

Irene Teasey came to Ireland to claim an unexpected interitance from an aunt she had never met. Irene Teasey came to Ireland to claim an unexpected interitance from an aunt she had never met. a legacy of land, a sprawling house, cottages with tenants, and even a horse. more than she had dared hope for. Enough to make her independent of her former husband. Enough to start a new life.

Anne Inez McCaffrey (1 April 1926 – 21 November 2011) was an American-born writer who emigrated to Ireland and was best known for the Dragonriders of Pern science fiction series

Anne Inez McCaffrey (1 April 1926 – 21 November 2011) was an American-born writer who emigrated to Ireland and was best known for the Dragonriders of Pern science fiction series.

THE KILTERNAN LEGACY is an Irish estate fraught with danger and intrigue. The Kilternan Legacy is a wonderful romance set in modern Ireland where a young American divorcee woman comes to deal with an inheritance. RING OF FEAR traps a woman between a dangerous suitor and an unseen killer.

ALSO BY ANNE McCAFFREY Cooking Out of This World An Exchange of Gifts The Mark of Merlin Ring of Fear �THE KILTERNAN .

ALSO BY ANNE McCAFFREY Cooking Out of This World An Exchange of Gifts The Mark of Merlin Ring of Fear �THE KILTERNAN LEGACY ANNE MCCAFFREY. Published by Wildside Press . Box 301 Holicong, PA 18928-0301 ww. ildsidepress. com �This story is admiringly dedicated to my Irish "Fairy" Godmother, Hilda Whitton, Who made my fondest wish come true in Mr. Ed.

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Anne McCaffrey was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on April 1, 1926. She is a well-known author of over 100 books, mostly science fiction, including the Dragonriders of Pern series, the Crystal Singer series, Acorna's Children series, The Twins of Petaybee series, and Barque Cats series.

Anne McCaffrey was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on April 1, 1926. She worked in advertising for Helena Rubenstein from 1947 to 1952. In 2006, she was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame.

A young American woman who hopes to escape from the bitter memories of a recent divorce by journeying to Ireland to claim an inheritance meets with greed and suspicion

Comments

Kerdana Kerdana
Anne McCaffrey was MUCH better at writing Sci--Fii than writing romance! I got throught the book, but kept putting it down. No, really, one of HER books I put down after a chapter or so. Sad!
Briciraz Briciraz
Anne took a small detour from her usual story type here, and because of that, some people decided that they didn't want to give this book the time of day. Well, I say NAY to the haters! Everything she does is magical and they can shut their pie holes!
Fearlesssinger Fearlesssinger
Anne McCaffrey books are almost always good. I purchased this book to replace a copy I had for many years and read until the pages were falling out. I would recommend it as well as her Dragonflight series and any of her sci-fi.
Global Progression Global Progression
I am a huge fan of McCaffrey, especially of the Dragonriders of Pern series, but this one is fun and from earlier when she was writing semi- romance books. Great characters and a fun view of Ireland from someone who actually lives there.
Hiylchis Hiylchis
I enjoyed the story line and it brought to light some things I need to look at in my own writing. Anne McCaffrey will be much missed. The book was purchased at Amazon and came promptly and in good condition.
Ironrunner Ironrunner
I always love the stories the Anne McCaffrey weaves so beautifully. The characters seem like people you could know. The plots keep you reading!
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Agrainel Agrainel
I thought I was buying a fantasy book, and so was sorely disappointed. Also, wife beating seems acceptable. This has nothing to do with Pern or dragons, and I am convinced written by a different author with the same name. Deceptive.
Irene "Rene" Teasey is still trying to recover from her bitter divorce when she learns that her great aunt Irene, whom she never met, has left her some property in Ireland. Rene is unsure if she wants to go, but her teenage twins, Simon and Snow, are determined to go. Before she knows it, Rene finds herself in a quaint Irish hotel with some sleazy real estate agent trying to buy the land cheap. The twins talk her out of it and hustle her to Irene's property where Rene forces a bulldozer off of her road with a shotgun. Rene isn't at all sure that she wants to get involved in a battle with some land developers, but she falls in love with her new house and feels that she needs to honor her great aunt's wishes of keeping on the old tenants in the cottages out back. In no time at all, Rene is developing a backbone and a real personality and really has the opportunity to come into her own far away from her ex-husband and her family. She even finds a new love interest, Shay Kerrigan, whom her great aunt Irene hated for reasons unknown to Rene. Shay seems to genuinely care for her and her twins, but is he really interested in her or in her property? And why do her new tenants hate Shay? As Rene becomes more involved in the lives of those around her, she finds that she had a lot more in common with her great aunt Irene than she ever knew.
This is a charming little romance/mystery novel that most readers will enjoy. It is a little dated as it was originally published some time ago (this is a reprint edition), but in a quaint sort of way. The main characters were quite well developed and the reader will find herself rooting for Rene and urging her to stand up for herself for once. But the supporting characters were absolutely delightful: Irene's twins Snow and Simon were hilarious and so much like teenagers now, sometimes so very grown up and other times so very not and the lovely Ladies Brandel, two very elderly noblewomen who were so very sweet. The tenants were also quite fascinating. This book is also a very clean romance - no swearing, no sex scenes, although there are some references to domestic violence. All in all, a very well written nice little find by Anne McCaffrey.