Back to Home

Book Advert


Róisín Campbell: An Irishwoman in New York

Written By:
Joseph P. Garland

Available Formats:

Kindle, Paperback,

Series Name:

A New York City World

From Price:

From $4.99




An early Gilded Age story. Róisín Campbell was eighteen when she stepped off a boat in New York Harbor in the summer of 1870. She knew little of the world beyond what she’d seen in her small town in County Limerick, Ireland, and what she’d read in the novels she devoured when her chores were done. She knew no one in New York other than her cousin Jimmy Regan and Michael Henry, a dapper bachelor she met on board who would become her confidante and advisor. Róisín receives service training from the Sisters of Mercy and is hired as a maid in the wealthy Geherty household. Jealousy, misunderstanding, and the strictures of social class lead to her dismissal and ultimate barring from work in the fashionable homes. A series of fateful events eventually find her training as a nurse at a clinic for the Irish poor where her life will change forever. When her younger sister arrives from home, unwed and heavy with child, Róisín is faced with decisions she never imagined.

 Share this page

Audio Book Preview

There is currently no Audiobook Preview Available for this title.

About the Author

Author Page:
Joseph P. Garland
A native New Yorker and lawyer who writes Literary Fiction (as Joseph P. Garland) and contemporary romances (as J.P. Garland)....... Read More
View Author's Page

All listed books by this author

Available Now!


From $4.99

Available Now!


From $4.99

Back to Home


All Chat
Private Chat