What an honor to be featured on Cathy’s beautiful blog!
I’m thrilled to be hosting today’s stop on the blog tour for The Crows of Beara by Julie Christine Johnson. Set in Ireland, it’s a wonderful story about guilt, the search for redemption and the restorative power of art and nature.
About the Book
When Annie Crowe travels from Seattle to a small Irish village to promote a new copper mine, her public relations career is hanging in the balance. Struggling to overcome her troubled past and a failing marriage, Annie is eager for a chance to rebuild her life. Yet when she arrives on the remote Beara Peninsula, Annie learns that the mine would encroach on the nesting ground of an endangered bird, the Red-billed Chough, and many in the community are fiercely protective of this wild place. Among them is Daniel Savage, a local artist battling demons of his own, who has been recruited to help block the mine…
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