Harbour of my Tomorrows
Inspired by True Events From the famine-ravaged fields of Ireland to the peaceful fishing village of Fortune Harbour, Newfoundland, Harbour of my Tomorrows takes the reader on an unforgettable journey of adventure, suspense, and love. John Gavin’s tale begins in County Cork, Ireland, in 1852. Orphaned at a young age, John and his brother, Luke, find solace in each other and the friends they meet in their travels, but shadows of tragedy, betrayal, and murder dog their every step. And when one brother is conscripted by the Royal Navy and sent to fight in the Crimean War, both John and Luke will face their greatest challenge yet: separation, and the uncertainty of whether brotherly love can stand the test of time.
Wiseman’s novel is an ambitious chronologically executed undertaking and she skilfully moves the story forward.-- New Glasgow News --
Harbour of My Tomorrows is a wholesome truly enjoyable novel from cover to cover. This story will leave readers with an appreciation for the past and the personal hardship that many of our ancestors endured in their quest to make a better life for themselves and the generations that followed. This novel will inspire readers to dig deeper into their own genealogy as they seek to discover where they come from and why they are here.-- Fireside Collections --
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