The Irish Midwife | Podium Audio

The O’Brien Tales

The Irish Midwife

Book 6

By: Stacey Reynolds

Performed by: Justine Eyre

Released: November 23, 2021

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 13 hr, 16 min

Set in 1978 during "The Troubles" in Northern Ireland, this prequel novel to The O’Brien Tales tells the story of two young people whose love will inspire the generations to come.
Sean O’Brien is a new Garda Officer assigned alongside his brother to work the streets of Dublin. With strong ties to their family and native homeland, they begin to carve their place in the world.
Sorcha Mullen is a midwifery student facing the challenges of a young Catholic woman living in West Belfast. Fiercely independent, she is consumed with her career, refusing to let the political turmoil and conflicts in her city interfere with her dreams of being a midwife.
They come from two vastly different Irelands, sharing a border but living worlds apart. After a chance meeting, the attraction between them is undeniable. As the romance intensifies, Sorcha flees from her feelings and returns to her work in the North. But when she finds herself trapped on the wrong side of the peace walls during a bombing campaign, Sean travels into a war zone to rescue the only woman he’ll ever love.
Includes bonus story Dark Irish.



Stacey Reynolds

Stacey Reynolds began writing after a trip to Ireland, where she was bewitched by the coastal villages and islands of the Wild Atlantic Way. She and her husband live in North Carolina with the three youngest of their five children. Her husband is a retired Marine Corps Officer. Before her years as a military wife, she was a police officer.



Justine Eyre

Classically trained actress Justine Eyre is an Audie Award-winning narrator with over 700 titles to her name. She has lived in far-flung corners of the world, from Canada to the Philippines, Germany, France and England- her international upbringing and multi-cultural family allow her to come by her accents authentically. Justine has appeared in a number of TV series such as Mad Men and Las Vegas, including a memorable turn on two episodes of Two and Half Men.