When did Maeve Binchy die?
July 30, 2012
Maeve Binchy/Date of death
Maeve Binchy, (born May 28, 1940, Dalkey, County Dublin, Ireland—died July 30, 2012, Dublin), Irish journalist and author of best-selling novels and short stories about small-town Irish life.
Where did Maeve Binchy die?
Maeve Binchy/Place of death
When was a week in winter written?
A Week in Winter
|Publication date||November 2012|
Where was Gordon Snell born?
Gordon Snell/Place of birth
Where was the Lilac Bus filmed?
Stephanie Beacham as Judy and Con O’Neill as Tom, in a scene from ‘The Lilac Bus’, a television drama broadcast by RTE on St Stephen’s Day 1990. This still was taken in a garden in Enniskerry, County Wicklow during filming in July 1990.
Is Stoneybridge Ireland a real place?
Stoneybridge (Scottish Gaelic: Staoinebrig) is a village on the island of South Uist in Scotland. The Crois Chnoca Breaca standing stone is situated to the west of the village.
Is there a sequel to a week in winter by Maeve Binchy?
A Week in Winter is a novel by the Irish author Maeve Binchy. It was published posthumously in 2012. It set a record for the most pre-orders ever for a book on Amazon.com….A Week in Winter.
|Preceded by||Minding Frankie (2010)|
|Followed by||Chestnut Street (2014)|
Where did Maeve Binchy live in Dublin?
Binchy, 68, and her husband, the children’s book writer Gordon Snell, 76, live in a brick cottage built in 1847, on a winding road near the train station, several trendy restaurants and a traditional Irish pub that is often more convenient for meals than their diminutive kitchen.
When was the Lilac Bus made?
The Lilac Bus is a collection of eight interrelated short stories by the writer Maeve Binchy, first published in 1984.