Rosemary’s Book of the Week | 25 July 2022

Trespasses by Louise Kennedy

In the daytime, Cushla Lavery teaches seven-year-olds in a small town near Belfast, in the evening, she helps her brother in his pub. And in between, she makes sure that her alcohol addicted mother is still alive.
There is not much happening in her life until, one evening, Michael Agnew shows up in the pub. He is a lot older that Cushla, but nevertheless, something sparks between them. Times are hard in Belfast when the war is raging in the streets and the news report deaths daily. Michael’s job as a barrister puts him at risk, yet with Cushla, political tensions are far away. Until they aren’t anymore –

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