The Drowning of Margaret Hannagh M. Howald

ISBN: 9781494352226

Published: December 4th 2013


262 pages


The Drowning of Margaret Hannagh  by  M. Howald

The Drowning of Margaret Hannagh by M. Howald
December 4th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 262 pages | ISBN: 9781494352226 | 8.36 Mb

It was unlike any moment, unlike any tragedy. May, 1881. London, Ontario. Hundreds drown when the Victoria steamer sinks, and fate entangles the survivors in love and longing, mayhem and murder. The river serves opportunity to Garth Hannagh, a man who murders for his freedom, a soulless crime witnessed by a boy, Amos America, who runs for his life. Falling prey to the Ryders, suspects in the infamous Donnelly massacres, Amos faces the grim reality that he has traded one nightmare for another.

Out of the chaos love teaches a pair of misfits to fight for disclosure and justice. No one escapes from having their hearts broken, but all are hell bent on mending them. The Drowning of Margaret Hannah is set shortly after the heinous Donnelly massacres and trials that made the London police force and judiciary into a circus of bumbling amateurs.

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