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Synopsis: This title was nominated for the Frankfurt eBook Awards.
A historical romance of young Mollie and Ed. It portrays the Irish Famine Refugees, as pioneers in the West Virginia wilderness and their courage, perseverance and success. This novel has humor, adventure and pathos.
About the Author: Mary Frances (Donohoe) Bayles is a native of Elkins, West Virginia. Her early career was that of a Registered Nurse. Later, in 1990, she received a B.A. Degree from San Diego State University. She has published poems, short stories and plays. "Mollie" is her most lengthy endeavor. She now resides in San Diego, CA., where she is a continuing graduate student at S.D.S.U.
The Mayor and City Council of San Diego, The Board of Library Commissioners and The San Diego Public Library invited the author to its 35th Annual Local Authors Exhibit, January 27, 2001, and accepted a copy of Mollie as a contribution to their collection.
Ms. Bayles was awarded the bronze metal for her achievements.
Publisher: Denlingers Pub Ltd
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Denlingers Pub Ltd, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG087714642X