Internationally renowned Culdaff author Hazel McIntyre is a born storyteller and her four compelling books are proof of that seemingly effortless talent. Hazel McIntyre has used the wild and beautiful landscape of her native Culdaff in Inishowen, Co. Donegal as the backdrop for her four books. Hazel McIntyre has completed her fourth book entitled Echoes of Another Time which looks back once more at her Culdaff, Donegal childhood.
Hazel's first work of fiction For Love of Mary Kate was serialised by Ireland's best selling woman's magazine WOMAN'S WAY as their choice for the Millennium series as 'the most compelling read'.



BBC Radio 4 interview
with Hazel McIntyre
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Hazel's New Novel

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Secrets on the Breeze
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Hazel McIntyre with Nobel Laureate, John Hume
at the launch of her new novel Dec 2001

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Hazel McIntyre's writings bring to life the beauty, magic and rich history of Ireland. Her work brings a reality to a vivid and unforgettable gallery of colourful characters which have universal appeal.
Hazel's ties with Canada is a source of great pride to her and the Canadian influence is also reflected in her writings. She works tirelessly to promote Ireland's links with Canada.

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