All Desires Known

Fiction & Literature, Historical
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Author: Malcolm Macdonald ISBN: 9781311506566
Publisher: Malcolm Macdonald Publication: December 17, 2013
Imprint: Smashwords Edition Language: English
Author: Malcolm Macdonald
ISBN: 9781311506566
Publisher: Malcolm Macdonald
Publication: December 17, 2013
Imprint: Smashwords Edition
Language: English

When this book was first published by St Martin's Press in New Your and Headline in London, in 1993, it attracted the following notices:
* If lavish romantic page-turners set your heart pounding, [this book] could be just the thing to fire up a chilly winter's evening — Irish Voice
* A most entertaining romantic read [with] the added interest of its Irish setting. [Macdonald] is an acknowledged expert on the history of the last [=19th] century. It shows in the authentic nature of his writing about old Dublin and environs — Irish Press
* ... combines strong characters and a brisk narrative full of trenchant observations about life, love, and the eternal communications problems between the sexes — Publishers Weekly
* Talk-talk-talk and much of it bright and appealing — though, overall, the whole is a shade less lively than Macdonald's feisty-lady portraits or the gossipy Hell Hath No Fury — Kirkus

And, of the writer himself:
* He is every bit as bad as Dickens – Martin Seymour-Smith

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When this book was first published by St Martin's Press in New Your and Headline in London, in 1993, it attracted the following notices:
* If lavish romantic page-turners set your heart pounding, [this book] could be just the thing to fire up a chilly winter's evening — Irish Voice
* A most entertaining romantic read [with] the added interest of its Irish setting. [Macdonald] is an acknowledged expert on the history of the last [=19th] century. It shows in the authentic nature of his writing about old Dublin and environs — Irish Press
* ... combines strong characters and a brisk narrative full of trenchant observations about life, love, and the eternal communications problems between the sexes — Publishers Weekly
* Talk-talk-talk and much of it bright and appealing — though, overall, the whole is a shade less lively than Macdonald's feisty-lady portraits or the gossipy Hell Hath No Fury — Kirkus

And, of the writer himself:
* He is every bit as bad as Dickens – Martin Seymour-Smith

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