Life is hard for Maggie, an Irish emigrant who must make a new life for herself when the famine forces her to leave her country. Bound into a loveless marriage, and viewed with suspicion by people who do not want the immigrants to take their jobs, Maggie must play the dutiful wife and daughter-in-law until fate can play its part. Vivienne Dockerty has written a gripping historical novel, about Irish Emigration and the determination of one woman to build a better life, made all the more fascinating by the historical fact that encompasses the story being told.
Now retired and Living in Adelaide, Vivienne has been writing for the last 20 years. Married for 37 years, she moved to Australia from Merseyside to be closer to her daughter and grandson.
A Woman Undefeated by Vivienne Dockerty
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