Factory girls : a novel / Michelle Gallen.
Book | Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill | 2022 | First Edition.

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Edition
First Edition.
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294 pages ; 21 cm
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"First published in Great Britain in 2022 by John Murray (Publishers), A Hachette UK company."--Title page verso.
Summary
"A darkly comic novel about three friends working in a shirt factory in Northern Ireland while they plot their escape from their provincial families and the simmering violence of the Troubles"-- Provided by publisher.
Summer, 1994. Maeve Murray wants a good final exam result so she can earn her ticket out of the wee Northern Irish town she has grown up in during the Troubles. As a first step to afford studying journalism in London, Maeve takes a job in a shirt factory. As the British loyalist marching season raises tensions among the Catholic and Protestant workforce, Maeve realizes something is going on behind the scenes at the factory. And seeking justice for herself and her fellow workers may just be Maeve's one-way ticket out of town. -- adapted from jacket
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9781643752457 (trade paperback)
1643752456 (trade paperback)
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