From the Author
A book about an American woman's love for an Irish activist
As an author, and an Irish-American, I feel a lot of passion for Ireland, both North and South. In my novel, BORDER CROSSINGS, I've written the story of an American woman's love for her Irish husband, a professor at Dublin's Trinity College. When his brother is murdered by Protestant extremists, he moves Kathy and their young son, Sean, to his hometown of Enniskillen, where she must adapt to life in a frequently violent society. I hope readers of BORDER CROSSINGS will come away with a better understanding of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, as seen through the eyes of an American woman, desperate to hold onto her love for her husband, yet afraid for their very lives.
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About the Author
Carole Bellacera's work has appeared in magazines such as Woman's World, The Star, Endless Vacation and The Washington Post. She is the author of four acclaimed novels published by Tor/Forge Books. Carole’s first novel, "Border Crossings", a hardcover published by Forge Books in May of 1999, was a 2000 RITA Award nominee for Best Romantic Suspense and Best First Book, a nominee for the 2000 Virginia Literary Award in Fiction. Other Books by Carole Border Crossings – Forge Books, May 1999 Spotlight – Forge Books, April 2000 East of the Sun, West of the Moon – Forge Books, July 2001 Understudy – Forge Books, June 2003 Chocolate on a Stick – Baycrest Books, Sept 2005 Upcoming: Lily of the Springs
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