On The Breeze the second volume in Hazel McIntyre's acclaimed
rural trilogy, (following on from For love of Mary Kate) is an outstanding
storytelling achievement packed with intriguing characters which holds the
attention to the very end.
From Dublin and Donegal to the streets of New York and Canada, the lives of four women are changed irrevocably by love, fear and dark secrets that they must keep.
But her heart often rules her head, Mary Kate, survives lost love, rejection and loneliness. Finally she succeeds in finding the love she has longed for, putting the ghosts of her past to rest.
Secrets On The Breeze
Nobel Laurete launches new book December 21, 2001
NOBEL laureate, John Hume, has hailed Culdaff writer, Hazel McIntyre
as a tremendous ambassador for Inishowen. Speaking last Saturday night
in the Tulnaree, Camdonagh, when he officially launched Hazel's latest
novel, "Secrets on the Breeze", Mr. Hume said no-one had done
more to promote Inishowen than Hazel, through her outstanding work as