Celtic Remnants

"Celtic Remnants" by Deborah O'Toole is a novel of enduring love and betrayal set in the political turbulence of Ireland, glamour of London and the wilds of Scotland. "Celtic Remnants" was released in April 2011. This board will feature posts about the book, images of interest and author-inspiration, and links to more information.
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The Irish Rebellion of 1798 By the time of the American and French revolutions, Ireland was still under the rule of the King of England, and Ireland was obliged to send men into Britain's armed forces.

The Irish Rebellion of 1798 By the time of the American and French revolutions, Ireland was still under the rule of the King of England, and Ireland was obliged to send men into Britain's armed forces.

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Images from the Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery. Belfast IRA man on patrol in…

Images from the Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery. Belfast IRA man on patrol in…

Irish Wolfhound statue stands on guard outside the main door of Ashford Castle…

Irish Wolfhound statue stands on guard outside the main door of Ashford Castle…

And at last, this became the final cover for "Celtic Remnants." http://deborahotoole.tripod.com/books_celtic.htm

And at last, this became the final cover for "Celtic Remnants." http://deborahotoole.tripod.com/books_celtic.htm

The final cover for "Celtic Remnants" was designed around a photograph of my cousin Sheila, which was taken many years ago. To me, the background looked like the coast of Ireland – depicting the character Ava as she goes back and forth across the Irish Sea to take care of "business" – so naturally I thought it perfect for the book cover. It was either going to be that, or an image of a broken Irish rosary. Original photo of Sheila used for the cover.

The final cover for "Celtic Remnants" was designed around a photograph of my cousin Sheila, which was taken many years ago. To me, the background looked like the coast of Ireland – depicting the character Ava as she goes back and forth across the Irish Sea to take care of "business" – so naturally I thought it perfect for the book cover. It was either going to be that, or an image of a broken Irish rosary. Original photo of Sheila used for the cover.

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