Cold is the Dawn

Charles Egan

Paperback

A gripping historical novel following the men and women of the Irish diaspora.

  • ISBN 9781781326596
  • Published Jul 2017
  • Paperback
    229 x 152mm (432 pages)

£14.99

Hunger deepened in Ireland in 1848 as the potato crop failed again.

In London, the government, alarmed by austerity in England and revolution in Europe, refused to re-open the soup kitchens in Ireland. But, worse still, they refused to halt food exports from the starving country.

Emigration quickened as many were evicted, and many more fled from a wasted land. They worked the waterfronts and coal mines of America and the railways and building sites of England. But hunger still stalked them.

Cold is the Dawn follows these men and women and their bitter fight for survival in Ireland, England and America.

“The personal service I received was superior. No query or problem was left unanswered or unattended.”

Nicholas King