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Golddigger

by Hilary McCollum

Everything that mattered to Frances Moriarty was left behind in famine-ravaged Ireland, including the love of her life. Beset with grief and guilt, she is scraping out a shadowy existence as a New York shoeshine boy when word spreads like wildfire: gold nuggets line the riverbeds of California.

Eager to stake a claim, Frances boldly sets out on the overland trek to California’s gold fields, praying that her journey will lead her to riches—and a place a woman like her can call her own.

Rich with historic detail and steeped in the secret passion of women-loving-women, Hilary McCollum’s debut novel is an epic story of love lost and found in a daring life.

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Genre Historical Romance
Length 332 pages
Publication Date May 15, 2015
Publisher Bella Books
ISBN 9781594934421
Editor JoSelle Vanderhooft
Cover Designer Judith Fellows

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GCLS Goldie Awards
GolddiggerWinner, Lesbian Historical Fiction, GCLS Goldie Lesbian Debut Fiction, Finalist.

North West Culture
Hilary McCollum has excelled in penning this novel….There were times when I had goosebumps: there were times when I laughed: but unfortunately there were so many times when I cried. It is a story of love and loss, but more importantly it is a story of hope.

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1 review for Golddigger – Paperback

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Mary from Summit

    When I saw this book I knew I had to read it. I had family who emigrated from Ireland during the years this book took place. It was quite moving. I was a bit put off at first by the chapters switching between Ireland and America. By the time the book ended I understood the need for it and it worked well as a plot device. Rich in historic detail and the hopes and dreams of youth. Bold and brave I’d like a friend like Frances Moriarity. I await Ms. McCollum’s next book.

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