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Brighton releases "Who's to Say Where The Stars Will Shine" from novelist Carol Carpentier
"In a brilliantly written work, Carol Carpentier pens the final installment of the Who's To Say Trilogy"
Synopsis: Life at Trinity College in Dublin is fast becoming a whirlwind of activity for Liam Delaney, but the challenges of being the youngest student enrolled there are not enough for him. Liam continues to hone his skills as a songwriter and musician, along with Jon Bianchi, his best friend and bandmate from America, and Danny Bailey, his countryman, who, like Liam, strives for a life beyond the stables of Montrose while ever drawing on the pride of family that defines him.
A new arrival at Montrose wiles his way into the daily workings of the barn, and imagines his own future with the daughter of the wealthiest man in County Limerick. Confrontation between Liam and the newcomer seems inevitable, but Laura Meegan is too naive to see the signs. The love that Laura and Liam have fought so hard to preserve is tested, and Liam plunges into a loneliness that drives him away from the estate of Montrose.
Liam's bandmates in Dublin provide no solace as other forces have pulled them apart. For one, the brilliance of performing on stage for cheering fans has been replaced by the darkness of anarchy when he involves himself with the IRA in Belfast.
The troubles in Northern Ireland will soon pale in comparison to the mayhem that awaits Liam on the grounds of a horse auction miles away. When a frenzied turn of events put his life in the balance, not even his precious Laura, or her father, Lord Aidan Meegan, will be at hand to help him.
From the basement of a house in Dublin to the finest performance venues in the UK, a musty jail cell in Clonmel to the hallowed halls of Trinity, the extended families of Laura and Liam must learn to regroup and rekindle in Who's To Say Where The Stars Will Shine.
"In a brilliantly written work, Carol Carpentier pens the final installment of the Who's To Say Trilogy, said Brighton Publishing.
Carol Carpentier had a successful career as an Arabian horse breeder for over forty years in Santa Cruz County California, and is now a celebrated novelist residing in Kissimmee, Florida,