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Author: Marsha Lytle
ISBN: 1418422290
Subcategory: Contemporary
Pages 184 pages
Publisher Authorhouse (October 7, 2004)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 894
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The exact effects of this spell are unknown, but when used with enough force, it is capable of killing the target. Bellatrix's gloating smile froze, her eyes seemed to bulge: for the tiniest of time she knew what had happened, and then she toppled,. The effects of the curse on Bellatrix Lestrange.

Two brothers fleeing post-famine Ireland make a blood vow that neither of them will pass on the disease that has claimed so many of their Haggerty relatives.

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Book Format: Choose an option. Murder, Deadly Disease, mystery, VikingsA thousand years ago, the Viking colony of Vinland was ravaged by a swift-moving plagu. curse inflicted by the sea god Ægir. The last surviving Norseman set the encampment and his longboat ablaze to ensure that the disease would die with him and his brethr.

A little long journey stress relief. Brain said, a big toothy grin on his face. The military guard posts, according to tourist books, are set up to help protect the road from thieves and other miscreants. Don't go down that road Brain. Not even Tricks heard the curses of who had forgotten the toilet paper or the louder curse of who had left out a bunch stinging nettles. Needless to say our four-intrepid travellers were in for a big surprise. They were finishing of their lunch when the horsemen arrived. Their real purpose is to make money from travellers. They charge an exorbitant rate to stay in their three star barracks, because it is the safest place to stay along the road.

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I expected it to be a true story about the Donegal gene. And it gave me no info at all.
Those disenfrachised with American life today would do well to study the Irish experience beginning in the 1840s in Northeast America. In the mid to late 1800s signs hung in the storefront windows of New York, Philadelphia and Chicago that said "NINA", meaning No Irish Need Apply. The discrimination wasn't subtle or hidden, it was obvious.

This book provides a window into the life of the Irish fleeing to America after the potato famine of the 1840s. The main characters, James Haggerty and Catherine Brennan are in love, but James won't act on it for fearing of marrying and having children, thus passing on his family's curse of Alzheimer's. The story spans their young lives fleeing to America, struggles to find work in Philadelphia, and trying to make a life in the Midwest.

The book has laughter, sadness, love and tragedy and truly gives insight to the Irish-American experience. This book reaches out and pulls you in from page 1. Should be required reading for all American history students in the high school years.

And given that I share a last name with the main character, my heart goes out to my Irish ancestors who paved the way for me in the 20th and 21st century!

Michael Hagerty

Suffolk, Virginia
Haggerty's Curse by Marsha Lytle is the heartwarming, heartbreaking and intriguing tale of Irish immigrants who journey to America in search of freedom and happiness. Along the way they suffer, as all families do, from lost loves, found loves, mistakes and secrets that weave the fabric of life. The raw, genuine, ordinary, exceptional and imperfect characters construct the framework of all families. It is this intimacy with family that resonates most with Haggerty's Curse. Their remarkable lives inspire a captivating saga of the Irish in America.
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This is a book I wanted for a collection and have not read yet. I will do so soon and I know I will enjoy it.