On Christmas morning Kitty Doherty gives birth to her baby - who is immediately taken away for adoption in America. But Kitty's life is hanging by a thread, her only hope a dangerous journey through snow to Ballymara and her Irish family. Meanwhile, in Chicago, Sean and Alice try to set up a new life far away from the families they have deserted in Liverpool.
©2015 Nadine Dorries (P)2015 W F Howes Ltd
"As fast-paced as it is entertaining. An addictive novel to be devoured at one sitting." (Sunday Express)
"Engaging...cinematic and powerful" (The Times)
I love her ability to make all the characters come alive & be easily recognisable.
Yes - most certainly
The three books in this series have all been a real pleasure to listen to. The story lines weaving throughout all three are as real as her characters. I loved listening to them and no doubt will return to them again and again.
Starting with the middle one of the three I didn't realise until I finished it and looked for more by the author. I then listened to The Four Streets followed by Hide Her Name - for a second time. When The Ballymara Road was published I decided to listen to Hide Her name again before listening to the final episode. BRILLIANT !
I am a regular busy 50 something woman who really loves being able to listen to great stories while I am walking the dog or working at home.
That's it I have read the whole set, fantastic especially this one, great characters , you laugh you cry you squirm but you love it. Well I did very very much.
Thanks Nadine Dorries please keep writing,
Lovely three books but I would really like them to be marked as such. I did not notice and started with this one. After I bought the other two I had to relisten to this book, it made more sense the second time round after I had listened to the other two.
Well read and a very beautiful sad, sometimes funny story.
A brilliant story brilliantly narrated. A really enjoyable book have read all available Nadine Dorries books hope for more.
I would not have understand the story if I did not read the other 2 book . How ever all are brilliant
I love family sagas, like discovering different authors and escaping in a story, prefer listening while I do all the boring chores!
Great 3rd book.
loved catching up with all the characters must read or listen.
This was my second time reading the Irish trilogy. Well written. I laughed, I cried.
It was excellent. I know given time I will read again. Thank you, Nadine Dorries.
I enjoyed all the books in the four streets series. This one dis not disappoint.
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