The feeling of having my inheritance, my heritage completely dismantled was tragic. I wrote the book to tell a story about the importance of understanding and embracing your loved ones and your roots.
Three Oaks, Mich. (PRWEB) December 03, 2012
Lillian Lewis turns quality family time into an Irish murder mystery in her new book, “All Shall Be Well: An Irish Inheritance.”
The book may be fiction, but Lewis incorporates her own Irish backstory into the plot.
“When my aunt died, she left my family’s home to a stranger, who totally dismantled it,” Lewis says. “The feeling of having my inheritance, my heritage completely dismantled was tragic. I wrote the book to tell a story about the importance of understanding and embracing your loved ones and your roots.”
In the book, Morgan Kenny sets out to bury her bizarre Aunt Mary, believing that she is lying to rest her last link to the Irish. Instead, her experiences with the old world are just getting started as she’s thrust headfirst into an Irish murder mystery.
Soon, Morgan’s legacy, along with a priceless Renaissance painting, is in jeopardy as the web of deceit threatens to spin out of control.
For more information, visit allshallbewellbylillianlewis.com
“All Shall Be Well: An Irish Inheritance”
By Lillian Lewis
Available in softcover, hardcover and e-book
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iUniverse
About the author
Lillian Lewis has spent a lifetime visiting Ireland, living in Italy and travelling the world. She received her masters in theology from Marquette University and received a Ph. D. in clinical psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, California. She has spent over 25 years as a Catholic theologian. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys gardening, baking and writing poetry.