Captains and kings book review
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Barbara Golder. Synopsis: What happens to a new love when an old one appears to claim first rights to a man and a marriage? When Eoin discovers that Fiona was responsible for the denial of their annulment, he returns to Ireland to find the proof to free him to marry Jane. After Fiona is found dead in her hotel room, Eoin is indicted for her murder. Unwilling to leave the matter solely in the hands of Irish authorities, Jane goes to Ireland to follow the evidence wherever it leads. My review: Riveting follow-up to Dying for Revenge.
Joseph bent over her, the stool on which he sat rocking with the heavy laboring of the anchored ship. Her fingers squeezed his hand until they were like tight iron on his flesh. He felt the cold sharp tips. He was thirteen years old. You'll take care of them, Joey, for himself? You'll mind them?
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Thank you! On the very recognizable face of it, this should be as popular a book as any Taylor Caldwell has written in spite of the claimers and disclaimers of the dedication ""to the young people of America"" in the hope of their putative enlightenment?!? As ""invention? A captain like Joe Armagh, whose story it really is, who came over in the steerage and as a boyeen of 13 went out to work and made money -- a pile assisted by an unexpected ""mountain of gold"" inheritance -- and then as always would permit nothing to interfere with his intransigent, ruthless, superrealistic grand design while all that lovely lucre goes hand in gloved fist with the ""Invisible Government. There was a problem adding your email address. Please try again. Be the first to discover new talent!
Captains and the Kings is a historical novel by Taylor Caldwell chronicling the rise to wealth and power of an Irish immigrant, Joseph Francis Xavier Armagh, who emigrates as a penniless teenager to the United States , along with his younger brother and baby sister, only for their parents to die shortly afterwards. Joseph Armagh befriends a Lebanese immigrant, and both are taken under the tutelage of an American plutocrat. An inter-generational saga focusing on the themes of the American dream, discrimination and bigotry in American life, and of history as made by a cabal of the rich and powerful, through Armagh's attempt to make his eldest son, who eventually becomes a senator, the first Catholic President of the United States. Young Joseph Armagh, recently of Ireland, who promised his dying mother to care for his younger siblings lands in Boston. His determination carries him through years of shady-deal making and his gradual accumulation of wealth and power. Armagh takes on the global power brokers.
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