No Holly for Miss Quinn (The Fairacre Series #12)

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It might … seem rather avoidant for a scholar as rigorous and intelligent as David Miller to stress the beneficent aspects of nationality, and then to refuse engagement with that part of the United Kingdom in which it has displayed its most cruel nature: ‘The Northern Irish raise special problems when British national identity is being discussed, and since I could not hope to do justice to these problems I shall simply set them to one side’ (D.

Pages: 148

Publisher: Academy Chicago Publishers (November 1992)

ISBN: 0897333837

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