Posts Tagged: Michael K. Reynolds

Book Beat – Songs of the Shenandoah by Michael K. Reynolds

The Hanley Family has survived the Irish Potato Famine, the Mexican-American War, the wild streets of New York and of Gold Rush San Francisco, and many personal trials, but now they face their biggest challenge yet, the Civil War. Clare Hanley Royce and her husband Andrew struggle to keep their abolitionist newspaper in business in… Read more »

Book Beat – In Golden Splendor by Michael K. Reynolds

Seamus Hanley has nothing going for him. Wanted as an Army deserter, he lives in exile in the Rockies – but he doesn’t have the wilderness skills needed to survive. After he witnesses a stagecoach crash, he finds a letter and photo from Ashlyn Whittington. In San Francisco, Ashlyn is running a home for unwanted children, but… Read more »

Book Beat – Flight of the Earls by Michael K. Reynolds

In 1846 Ireland, Clare Hanley tries to protect her family from the ravages of the potato famine, but her father is stubborn, her mother lost in grief, and her grown brother is useless. The only hope for the family’s survival is for Clare and her brother Seamus to emigrate to America and send their earnings… Read more »