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The Pubs Of New York By Sean McCabe
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Dessy Whelan and Frank Molone fight it out in The nook bar in The Bronx
Jimmy's Way By Sean McCabe
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Story about a young Irish singer trying to make it on the Irish pub scene in New York in the 1990's
A Busker's Guide To Paris By Sean McCabe
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Jimmy Devine (guitarist) and Gideon (fiddler) travel to Paris on a short busking tour. Upon arriving, they bump into old friend Johnny Farraway (fiddler), who spends his days sitting on the platform... More > of the Odeon metro station waiting for fellow busker Rob (guitarist), who never shows...They bump into Boru McInerny (singer supreme), who spends most of his days perched on a barstool in the Happy Irishman Pub, near the Louvre. They bump into Celine, an old flame of Jimmy's, who invites the duo to come stay at her place. However, they are staying at Eduard Malvonde's house. Eduard (infamous blacklisted writer) loves chatting over dinner about his favourite French authors, and his food ain't bad either. Jimmy is inclined to lodge with Eduard, but when Gideon suggests that he go and stay with Celine (at her invitation), Jimmy has a change of heart. Suddenly jealous, Jimmy finds himself wanting to stay forever in Paris, in his old girlfriend's place, of course. Love conquers literature, but is it too late..?< Less
The Pubs Of New York By Sean McCabe
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A New York novel must have many characters, because NYC is such a vast and populous city. So welcome to The Pubs Of New York! As the title suggests, this novel is mostly set on the New York Irish Pub... More > scene, with brief forays into a Croatian restaurant in Harlem! The characters are mostly Irish people, trying to make their way in NYC... One night, by chance, most of the novels characters converge in the Nook bar in the Bronx. Here an argument breaks out between Dessy Whelan, an ex IRA man who works as a brickie, and Frank Molone, an NYPD cop. They are in love with the same girl, who happens to work behind the bar in the Nook! Their argument leads to tragedy, and the events of that night later bring all the characters together in the most unexpected of ways... The Pubs Of New York is based around a true story< Less
The Homecoming By Sean McCabe
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Jimmy Devine goes home to Ireland from Paris to settle down and get a proper job. But he can't settle down. He gets a job as a teacher in a rural school in the 'middle of nowhere', but memories of... More > the free and easy life he had in Paris haunt his dreams. His ex girlfriend comes to visit from Paris and while travelling together in Connemara Jimmy suddenly realises he has a big decision to make! Love and adventure in Paris, or a dull but comfortable existence in rural Ireland...< Less
Jimmy's Way By Sean McCabe
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Jimmy's adventures on the Irish pub scene in New York as he tries to get his band together...
The Days By Sean McCabe
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Fifteen year old Eoin Grady spikes his hair and dons a pair of doc marten boots, thereby launching his punkrocker's rebellion against his conservative minded parents. With his 'mod' friend Bozo, Eoin... More > wanders the streets of his home town of Baile every night, looking for adventure. He finds plenty of adventure when he lands a job as a DJ in the local pirate radio station. His rebellion leads him to the discovery of a darker, more sinister side to life in Baile... www.seanmccabe.eu 'McCabe's gentle recollections spring eternal'-Cahir O Doherty, Irish Voice, New York.< Less
A Good Deed and Other Stories By Sean McCabe
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The growing pains of a young boy in a small Irish town in the 1980's.
Breakfast In Woodside Vol 1 By Sean McCabe
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Jimmy Devine has arrived in New York with the intention of starting an Irish band. He recruits Frederick Lancaster, accordionist, actor, raconteur, waiter, general man about town, and Gideon, the... More > shy and sometimes wilful fiddler who plays Irish music in the subway stations of Brooklyn, to his cause, and together 'The Blazing Sons', as they call themselves, set about conquering New York! Jimmy lands some gigs in Irish pubs in Woodside and the Bronx. He discovers, however, that the path to the big time on the Irish scene in New York is strewn with many obsctacles, not to mention casualties. Dickensian in scope, 'Breakfast in Woodside' is a tale of the contemporary Irish experience in New York, and is told through the viewpoint of several characters, both Irish born and American born. For some, the grass has proved to indeed be 'greener on the other side'; for others it has not. "McCabe's gentle recollections spring eternal" - Cahir O Doherty, The Irish Voice, New York.< Less
Breakfast in Woodside Vol 2 By Sean McCabe
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Jimmy Devine continues his quest to 'make it' as a singer in New York. Harry Foley Junior continues to plan on rescuing his daughter Lucy who has been kidnapped by a fanatical cult leader. Freddie... More > Fee continues to hope for the return of his girlfriend Mimi who left him because he won't stop drinking. Judy Murtagh continues to look for love in the wrong places. Frederick Lancaster continues to be anguished over the two loves of his life, his live in girlfriend Brenda and Winnie, his extra girl. Gideon continues his efforts to become the greatest Irish fiddler of them all. All of these characters have one thing in common: they are part of the heartbeat of New York, and cannot think of themselves as being anywhere else... 'McCabe's gentle recollections spring eternal'- Cahir O Doherty, The Irish Voice, New York< Less