An audience with Tracey Iceton

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Join author Tracey Iceton as she reads from and talks about parts one and two of her stunning Celtic Colours trilogy, a series of novels that chart 100 years of Irish conflict. Part one, Green Dawn at St Enda’s, was released March 2016 to commemorate the centenary of the 1916 Dublin Easter Rising.

The novel follows the exploits of schoolboy Finn Devoy who becomes embroiled in the Easter week rebellion with tragic consequences. Part two, Herself Alone in Orange Rain, is released this October, rejoining the family saga at the height of the modern Troubles in the 1980s.

Told from the unique perspective of a young woman committed to the cause of Irish freedom, the novel explores the horrors of living through the Troubles and the true cost of war.

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