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New York Orphan (Tales of Flynn and Reilly Book 1) by Rosemary J. Kind

New York Orphan
(Tales of Flynn and Reilly Book 1)

by Rosemary J Kind

Orphaned on the ship to New York in 1853, seven-year-old Daniel Flynn survives by singing the songs of his homeland. Pick-pocket Thomas Reilly becomes his ally and friend, and, together with Thomas’s sister Molly, they are swept up by the Orphan Train Movement, to find better lives with families across America.

For Daniel, will the dream prove elusive and how strong are bonds of loyalty when everything is at stake?



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Rosemary J Kind

Rosemary J Kind writes because she has to. You could take almost anything away from her except her pen and paper. Failing to stop after the book that everyone has in them, she has gone on to publish books in both non-fiction and fiction, the latter including novels, humour, short stories and poetry. She also regularly produces magazine articles in a number of areas and writes regularly for the dog press.

As a child she was desolate when at the age of 10 her then teacher would not believe that her poem based on ‘Stig of the Dump’ was her...


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