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Catriona's War

Catriona's War

Jean Grainger Founding author
Dublin, Ireland 1940. An Irish journalist goes missing in occupied France and only his daughter can save him.
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Dublin, Ireland 1940

An Irish journalist goes missing in occupied France and only his daughter can save him.

Nineteen year old Irish girl Catriona McCarthy adores her father. Apart from her late mother’s family in France, he is all she has, but as war looms over Europe, Kieran finds himself away from his daughter much more often than either of them want. 

An outspoken journalist from neutral Ireland, he soon draws unwanted attention from the corridors of power in Berlin as he tells the rest of the world the truth about National Socialism. 

Catriona is following her father’s instructions, waiting patiently for his return, but an unexpected visitor one day causes her to question who her father really is. The future looks bleak, there is a chance that he is in very real danger and she is presented with a stark choice. 

Can she defy his instructions and do as she is asked? 

Previously published as part of the USA Today Bestselling Anthology, The Darkest Hour, this standalone novella will take you to the deepest recesses of Nazi power and leave you on the edge of your seat.

Release date: May 5, 2019

Print pages: 105

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