David Quinn Books, Irish American Historical Fiction
DAVID M. QUINN
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David Quinn Books, Irish American Historical Fiction
" Master storyteller David Quinn erases time ... To transport the reader is the writer's job. Quinn does just that ... "

Mary Sojourner - Novelist of the Southwest


David Quinn is an American author writing historical fiction. His fact-based tales are drawn from the true-life adventures of ancestors discovered through his hobby of genealogy. Whether in the Irish immigrant experience, frontier days in the Old West or in a dramatic sea story, Quinn adds a personal connection to the historical record by giving his characters thoughts, emotions and dialogue.
Real PeopleReal HistoryCompelling Stories
It May Be Forever
An Irish American Rebel on the American Frontier
Rising from famine, child labor in England’s textile mills, and a foiled Irish rebellion to eventual prosperity on the American frontier, Michael Quinn lost love, friendship, and family in his single-minded pursuit of fortune. Only a dramatic encounter with a Lakota holy man provides the catalyst for personal redemption.

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Leviathan's Master
The Wreck Of The World's Largest Ship
The world’s largest sailing ship was on its first trans-Atlantic crossing. And Captain Dow had almost fifty years on the high seas. But hurricane winds and raging seas would overwhelm him and his mighty vessel. Seventeen lives are lost and Dow is called to account, most especially to himself.

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 Irish American Historical Fiction - David Quinn Books
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From humble immigrant beginnings in early 19th century Pittsburgh, Bernard (Barney) McKenna and Charles F. McKenna made civic service their chosen path to position and influence. One became a beloved mayor and political reformer. The other was a Civil War soldier and distinguished attorney and jurist. But it was their widowed mother Annie who enabled their rise in the face of tragedy and struggle.

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