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  • Published: 30 September 2013
  • ISBN: 9781446493700
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 352

The Sins Of Their Fathers




Part one of a stunning East End trilogy from the author of My East End and Our Street

The East End belongs to the O'Donnells. Tough, violent and proud, Gabriel O'Donnell has fought his way up from poor Irish roots to run the gambling, prostitution and protection empire that makes him rich, and that one day his boys, Brendan and Luke, will take over.

It's not easy to love a man when violent crime is his career, as Eileen O'Donnell knows, so she's invested everything in her children: icy cool Brendan; Luke, who hates the horror of gang warfare; irrepressible Catherine with her verve for life; and Patricia, married to a man whose brainless viciousness is close to madness.

Then Kessler turns up. An enemy from the old days, he's got plans to move in on Gabe O'Donnell's turf. But Gabe swears he will see him burn in hell before that happens, no matter how much blood gets spilt. It's that obsession which leads to a tragedy that changes all their lives...

A spellbinding novel of the sixties underworld, full of menace and darkness, The Sins of Their Fathers will grip you to the end as two families are locked in a ruthless struggle of money, love and pride, determined to win no matter what the cost.

  • Published: 30 September 2013
  • ISBN: 9781446493700
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 352

About the author

Gilda O'Neill

Gilda O'Neill was born and brought up in the East End. She left school at fifteen but returned to education as a mature student. She wrote full-time and continued to live in the East End with her husband and family. Sadly she died on 24 September 2010 after a short illness.

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Praise for The Sins Of Their Fathers

Her vivid, flint-edged picture of London's East End in the sixties leaps off the page with its sardonic dialogue and sharply realised characters ... you'll find it very difficult indeed to put this one down

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