Rosemary McLoughlin is an author and artist

Author of 'The Tyringham Saga' and painter of pastels and portraiture.

McLoughlin marshals the gothic suspense of Daphne Du Maurier, and the good and bad behaviour of Molly Keane's country squires and heartless mothers.

Irish IndependentMary Shine Thompson

The Tyringham Saga

Writings & Thoughts

Art Works

About the Author

Writing for me was a way of being heard, looking for notice, settling scores.


‘Tyringham Park’, her debut novel, was published in April 2012 and spent weeks on the bestsellers list. The anticipated sequel ‘Return to Tyringham Park’ was published in April 2015. She is currently working on a new novel

Rosemary McLoughlin (Nee Fahey) was born in Dorrigo, New South Wales, Australia. She was one of twelve children and her upbringing was rural and meagre. It was after being awarded a University scholarship and receiving her Degree in English that she travelled to Ireland, where she eventually settled.


Rosemary came late to painting. She began by doing pastel portraits of children, and later added oil and acrylic paintings of still life, landscape, interiors and people, selling her work in various galleries around Dublin.
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Interview with Rosemary McLoughlin

Our Recent Writings

Short Story

Tyringham Park

Rosemary McLoughlin elegantly captures period glamour and darkness in Tyringham Park - a brilliant and epic tale of love and loss. It is 1917 and…
reviews Book Review

  This is a book review featured in The Irish Independent┬áJune 17, 2012 You can view the original review online here. "It's a shame that…

Interview with Rosemary McLoughlin

The Inspiration Behind Tyringham Park My main interest in life, my passion in life the thing that I'm most interested in is nature versus nurture.…