Irish Convict – Homeward Bound

Irish Convict – Homeward Bound


Due to popular demand (and the size of the original), the Irish Convict novel has been rewritten by Tom O’Connor into four novels with more to come. Homeward Bound is book four of four for the Irish Convict series.

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In spite of the dangers of sailing small boats around Cook Strait and surviving a gunfight with one of the most ferocious musket armed tribes in New Zealand, Maurice O’Brien made his home in this far flung new British colony.
He built a little cottage by the sea, started a family and was as content as he thought is was possible to be. But the call of Ireland tears is loyalty in two when he least expects it. Is the land of his birthplace still his real homeland?
Maurice sets sail again to find out.
The third novel in a series called based on the true stories of many people from Ireland (and other british isles) who were convicted of crimes and transported to the continent now known as Australia to serve their sentence in the early 1800’s. It is a cruel punishment that leads many to desperate measures to survive.
Tom O’Connor is a historian and writer specialising in Maori history and topics.


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