This work is set inIreland, 1912. Now in her fifties and a
grandmother, Rose Hamilton has much to be thankful for in the
steady love of her husband John and their relative prosperity. But
she is concerned for her children: Sarah, recently widowed, is
burdened with grief and worried by signs of trade union discontent
in the Sinton family mills. Sam, married to cold, selfish Martha,
is struggling to bring up his six children. Only Hannah, happily
married and living in England, causes Rose no worry, though she
misses her dreadfully. As world events impinge on the family at
Ballydown - the sinking of the Titanic and the outbreak of the
First World War - Rose and Sarah face new challenges and tragedies
in their daily lives.
Blackstaff Press Ltd
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||178 x 112mm (L x W)
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