The Teacher at Donegal Bay by Anne Doughty

The Teacher at Donegal Bay by Anne Doughty

Can love help her through the most difficult decisions?

When Jenny McKinstry is offered a new post as the Head of English at her Belfast school she’s elated! Yet she can’t help but feel conflicted about the position.

With all those around her mounting the pressure to start a family and her husband’s career about to take off, Jenny feels bound by an overwhelming sense of duty.

Will she be able to support her husband’s ambitions and land her dream job…

Prepare to be spirited away to rural Ireland in this stunning new saga from Anne Doughty.

Anne Doughty

The late Anne Doughty was born in Armagh. She is the author of A Few Late Roses (longlisted for the Irish Times fiction prize), Stranger in the Place and Summer of the Hawthorn. After many years in England she returned to Belfast in 1998 and wrote the first of a series of stand-alone novels that make up the Hamiltons sequence.

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