‘A warm and beautifully evocative story of family and secrets, love and heartache, with a devastating twist’ Alex Brown, bestselling author of A Postcard from Paris
‘A beautiful story brimming with warmth’ Milly Johnson
When your heart belongs in two places, can you ever truly find home?
Brooklyn, New York,
Bea has grown up in the heart of the Irish community, always hearing stories of home. When she discovers a letter from her younger self, written years before, it sends her deep into her own family history.
Kilmore Quay, Ireland.
Years earlier, Lucy Mernagh leaves her much-loved home and family in search of the New York dream. The Big Apple is a world away from the quiet village she grew up in, and the longing for home aches within her.
When Bea uncovers a shocking secret, it takes her back across the water to Kilmore Quay, where – finally – long-buried truths will come to light. But fate has one last twist in store…
‘Unashamedly full of heart … a story about family and identity, about legacy and secrets … a touching love letter to Ireland’ Hazel Gaynor
‘A heart-warming story which shows the power of friendship, family and heritage’ Irish Independent
Praise for The Moon Over Kilmore Quay:
‘Love and laughter woven into a beautiful story brimming with Carmel’s trademark warmth’ Milly Johnson
‘Unashamedly full of heart … takes the reader on an unputdownable journey between New York and Wexford. It is a story about family and identity, about legacy and secrets … a touching love letter to Ireland’ Hazel Gaynor
‘A warm and beautifully evocative story of family and secrets, love and heartache, with a devastating twist that will break your heart’ Alex Brown
‘A heart-warming story which shows the power of friendship, family and heritage’ Independent
Praise for Carmel Harrington:
‘Carmel Harrington is a natural storyteller … with heart, humour & hope’ RTE
‘Beautifully written, emotionally intelligent & moving in the extreme’ DAILY MAIL UK
‘Heartwarming humour, with tears, laughter & friendship. Immensely enjoyable’ IRISH TIMES
‘Will make you see life in a different way’ WOMAN'S WAY
‘Convincing characters, always gripping, endearing, with a cracking pace’ IRISH INDEPENDENT
‘Heartwarming & Heartbreaking’ EVENING HERALD
‘A nuanced read, but at its heart, warm’ SUNDAY INDEPENDENT