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The Crows are Crying Paperback – 15 Oct 2007
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Bridget Ryan with her young sister Elizabeth heard the cries of their mother dying in childbirth. Their broken-hearted father, unable to cope with them, sent them to a Convent to be raised by Nuns. There Bridget's life was made difficult as a result of the severe disciple imposed by one of the nuns. Eventually the sisters were fostered out to the Island of Fada in the Hebrides. When they became teenagers, Elizabeth went with a family to America and Bridget went to find work in the mainland. Young and innocent, she had many trials. This is a heart-warming story that conjures up the magic of a Hebridean island in a bygone age at the turn of the century, and follows the heroine's adventures and trials on the mainland, in Glasgow and a farm, before returning to the island where her destiny unfolds in a surprise ending.
About the Author
Marie Campbell was born in Ballachulish, Argyllshire 1934. She married, had five children; and divorced after 25 years. When the children grew up and married, Marie worked in hotels. She had a snack van in Glencoe, selling hamburgers; then worked at Sullen Voe in the Shetlands at the oil terminal. At 40 Marie went back to school, obtaining English O-level with General Studies. Now Marie travels over Europe and visited Egypt and Kenya. Her big love is gardening.
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