"To Scatter Stones" picks up where "The Corrigan Women" left us. A daughter returns home after her divorce and gets busy in her little village. Again, many obstacles are in her way that are just as difficult in the second half of the century than they were in the first one. However, M.T. Dohaney manages to describe them just as well and the spirit of the Corrigan women has not left. It is still there and will be there in any of their descendants, no matter what the problems will be.
When I heard there is a third novel "A Fit Month for Dying", I read that one as well but was hugely disappointed.