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The Canal Bridge by Tom Phelan
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The Canal Bridge

by Tom Phelan

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Kitty, her brother Con, and his best friend Matthias were inseparable. They lived by a canal in a small town in Ireland, and grew up singing how “their side” was the best side. Amusing themselves on the canal, in the canal and on the towpath beside it, their lives revolved around each other and the canal. Read the rest of my review on my blog "Should I read it or Not?": http://shouldireaditornot.wordpress.com/2014/03/31/the-canal-bridge-a-novel-of-i... ( )
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After suffering the horrors of World War I, two friends return to a changed Ireland, as the effects of the war make them violent participants in the Irish struggle for freedom from Britain.

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