Miss Fitzgerald is the powerful story of a young woman in post-famine Ireland who dares to be herself as secrets threaten to tear her family apart.
Trudy Fitzgerald, a child growing up in a post-famine Ireland, has always wanted more – more freedom, more success and more independence. Most of all, she wants to know more about the mysterious circumstances that surround the death of her mother.
But does Trudy really want all of the answers?
|Dimensions||.215 x .135 x .17 mm|
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