William Stone is a fish out of water. From exile, he returns to his native Northern Ireland to serve as a missionary in Belfast only to find his assignment has changed. Removed to a sleepy section of County Down, he is compelled to take lodging with a nationalist family while serving at the loyalist church across the lough. In due time the natural and supernatural worlds clash while, in the midst of multiple romantic encounters, William struggles to grasp the truth about himself and about his troubled native homeland.
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Six Counties Seven Sins is entirely a work of fiction. Its characters are not based on any actual human beings, and the story is not based upon, nor directly related to, any actual events that have ever happened. However, with the exceptions of the details surrounding the fictitious villages of Duncraven and Dunshane Cross, the name places in the novel are accurately presented by the author.
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