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Thirteen-year-old Kitty is leaving the family home of Drumshee. As nursemaid to Lady Victoria Fitzgerald's little niece and nephew, Tabitha and Robert, she will sail across the Atlantic to far-off America - on board the greatest ship that man has ever made ... But even amid the splendid wonders of the Titanic, Kitty can't help remembering her grandmother's premonition. Kitty has brought with her the gold necklace which has been in her family for thousands of years - even though her grandmother warned her that bad luck would come to anyone who took the necklace away from Drumshee. And then disaster strikes. And as the Titanic slowly sinks and the terrified passengers begin to panic, Kitty realises that little Tabitha is missing ...
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Cora Harrison taught primary school children in England for twenty-five years before moving to a small farm in Kilfenora, Co Clare. The farm includes an Iron Age fort, with the remains of a small castle inside it, and the mysterious atmosphere of this ancient place gave Cora the idea for a series of historical novels tracing the survival of Drumshee through the centuries.
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Book Description Wolfhound Press (IE), 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Mint!!. Seller Inventory # mon0000029915
Book Description Wolfhound Pr, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0863276792