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Follow the Sun

Edward J. Delaney

Publisher: Turtle Point Press

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The follow-up to Delaney's acclaimed novel Broken Irish, grand prize winner at the New England Book Festival and named one of the best books of the year by Booklist.
Delaney's previous book received starred reviews in all four major trade magazines.
A journalist's look at the tough life of lobstermen, and a suspenseful tale of how two brothers on very different paths change each others' lives completely.

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