Mulligan Stew

Mulligan Stew

Book - 2002
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Penguin Putnam
Widowed mother Bridget Mulligan has set off to live in Ireland with her in-laws. At the family castle, she and her brother-in-law fall into a spine-tingling mystery-and into a strange relationship, somewhere between love and hate.

"Ms. Stover writes with wry wit [and] keeps fans clamoring for more!" (Literary Times)

"No one can do it with the flair Ms. Stover does." (Bell, Book & Candle)

Baker & Taylor
Abandoned by her Irish husband shortly after her wedding, Bridget Mulligan, now widowed, and her young son head off to live with her in-laws in Ireland, where she enjoys her new relatives, successfully stars a new bed-and-breakfast business, and finds herself falling for her brother-in-law. Original.

Publisher: New York : Jove, 2002.
ISBN: 9780515133097
Characteristics: 308 p. ; 18 cm.


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