Saturday, November 22, 2014

In The Shadows of the Onion Domes by Mary Pat Hyland ~ @cailinAolain

By the confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango rivers in New York's Southern Tier lies a verdant valley called the Triple Cities. The shoe factories that originally drew thousands of immigrants from across Europe have long moved on.

What remains are the distinct ethnic flavors of a gritty community determined to overcome economic woes, adapt to the rapid changes in society, and find true meaning in life.

Consider these stories as pages ripped from a sketchbook. Some are quick studies; others are more detailed portraits inspired by observed characters, whispered gossip, overheard conversations, and the local lore of the residents whose neighborhoods are framed by the gilded Orthodox Church domes that span this valley.

You'll find that each tale has its own tone: some are humorous or poignant, others are surprising and haunting.

What readers are saying about Mary Pat Hyland:

“Ms. Hyland did a great job of keeping my interest and getting me involved with the character's lives. I highly recommend you read all her books.”

“Mary Pat Hyland has a delicious way of immersing me into her story lines!”

“I love all of Mary Pat Hyland's work! She is a gifted author that is for sure.”

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