New Book Release from Fireship Press - "Molly’s Song"

Amidst the turmoil of Civil War era New York, a young, immigrant woman seeks to escape a life of prostitution so that she may rescue a child from a terrible fate.

Tucson, AZ, July 29, 2021 --( It wasn’t supposed to be like this. Cast adrift in an unfamiliar city, a young Irish immigrant named Molly finds herself forced into prostitution and has a child stolen out of her arms. With the city descending into the chaos of the Draft Riots, Molly must save herself before she can save the child.

From the green fields of Galway to the crowded streets of New York and the ornate parlors of New Orleans, Molly never stops fighting to free herself and the child she hardly knows from a terrible fate.

“A stunning roller coaster ride of unimaginable tragedies and inspirational triumphs.” —Gregory Lee Renz, author of Beneath the Flames

About the Author
Lee Hutch is a retired firefighter and arson investigator. He has a BA and an MA in History along with an MS in Criminal Justice. Hutch currently teaches history at a community college in Southeast Texas. His first novel, "So Others May Live," was published in 2019. Molly’s Song is the first in a projected three book series.


Fireship Press
P.O. BOX 68412 • Tucson, AZ 85737 • 520-360-6228 •

Fiction: Historical, Civil War, Women
Trade paperback: 978-1-7366203-2-8 / $21.99
ePub & Mobi: 978-1-7366203-3-5 / $8.99

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