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The Heron's Flood

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Norah Furlong's abusive husband Tom is dead. Norah is accused of his murder. As she waits for the case to come to court she is supported by her cousin Sinead Breslin. The women become firm friends and both reflect on their pasts and on the decisions they made (or failed to make) which brought them to this point in their lives.

The Heron's Flood is a poignant exploration of the intricacies of human relationships. A study of life, loss and - above all - of love, in all its guises.

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