Angels in the Brine
by Richard F. Quinn
Facing hunger, homelessness, and little hope for a better life, the Malloys and Mahoneys sail from Ireland to Australia in search of a new home. The friendship between the two families would continue for the next 150 years, including a move from Australia to the United States
Angels in the Brine is a historical saga that gives readers a fascinating look at the lives of two families as they navigate their ways from the Great Famine in Ireland through the Vietnam War. Angels in the Brine is a story of hope that is sure to inspire those who read it.
About the Author:
While touring Ireland, Richard F. Quinn sensed the great struggle that went on there for so long and his travels inspired him to write about his Irish ancestry. He had a thirty-one year career with AT&T and went on to receive his bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts. He has been married to his wife Diane for thirty-nine years and has three children and seven grandchildren. He lives in Florence, Massachusetts.
(2017, Paperback, 478 pages)