#TIED UP WITH A BOW by Sheila Connolly


A feel-good Christmas novella in the Cork County series. Maura is still learning about the customs one area. She is surprised she An item being built on the street opposite of Donovan Pub. Maura finds a young boy sitting outside her pub. Making friends with him she learns that his name is Danny and his mother is working Sullivans. The owner doesn’t want him around. After checking out with Sean and his Mother Maura allows him to work and stay at the pub after school. Maura decides to hold a contest about the .mystery object to bring more customers into the pub. What is the object being created? Why did Danny’s Mother flee from Dublin?

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2 Responses to #TIED UP WITH A BOW by Sheila Connolly

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for sharing your review.

  2. carhicks says:

    Nice review Betty. I did not get a chance to read this one, not enough time, but will still read it soon.

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