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TINO, Portrait of a Small Town Baker By Peter McNiff
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This is a beautiful hardback edition printed in the United States on high quality photographic paper. It is an original documentary portrait of Tino Cassoni, who for thirty three years was a baker of... More > bread and confectionary in Bray and Greystones, County Wicklow Ireland. The book is part of a continuing Heritage series of books by Peter McNiff related the history of County Wicklow, Ireland< Less
TOMOS' LOT By Mike P Ireland
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Is an entertaining adult romance set in a small Mid Wales University town during the mid 1980's.
PROFESSOR TOMOS By Mike P Ireland
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A modern romance set in a small Mid Wales university town during the late 1990's.
TOMOS THE PUB By Mike P Ireland
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When Tom and Mag move from Bristol to take up ownership of a small pub in a bustling Welsh seaside town, their lives begin to change irrevocably.
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
Cuckoo Spit By Paddy O'Toohey
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Cuckoo Spit follows the lives of four close friends and their daily struggle to keep themselves occupied in the dreary little town that time forgot. Abandoned by the modern world, in a place void of... More > jobs women and opportunities, they drink and smoke their time away, outcasts in a town of nutters, dreaming of the day when their ship will come in and free them from their tedious fate. But just when it seems things can’t get any worse a Community Employment Scheme threatens to turn their world upside down, forcing them to take drastic measures to avoid having to get a job, until a plan is finally hatched that will make them all rich, once and for all. Filled with amusing and borderline insane characters, scathing dialogue, and plenty of home truths, Cuckoo Spit is a hilarious observation on the absurdities of everyday life in a small rural Irish town.< Less
Between the Notes By Shane Kevins
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Life as a high flying lawyer in London had taken its toll on Shane. In a haze of expensive living, bonuses and working 80 hour weeks Shane had lost who he was. He finally broke and decided to pack it... More > in to move across the Atlantic to San Francisco to follow his childhood dream of becoming a professional musician. Waking up in a small town just over the Golden Gate bridge he sets about finding himself again. This book comes with 11 songs free for download. All songs are written by Shane as he goes through his journey from London lawyer to Californian hippy. You can download all the songs here: www.shanekevins.com/freedownload For those of you who use Spotify, you can also get the songs on there. Just search for ‘Shane Kevins’ and you’ll find them!< Less
The Tools of the Trade By Paddy Vaughan
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Paddy Vaughan published The Last Forge in Lismore in 1994. This was an account of the family trade, that of blacksmith and farrier, and of the life of the forge in a small town in Co. Waterford,... More > Ireland. This provided a backdrop for a wider discussion of the changing life and times of Lismore and it was an account of many other local trades, of craftsmen and ordinary people and their way of life in the town in which they lived. This small book looks in more detail of the tools used in the forge. Many of the tools were hand made from materials to hand and many had a specialised use. The reader will find a wealth of information on a declining craft< Less
The Tools of the Trade By Paddy Vaughan
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Paddy Vaughan published The Last Forge in Lismore in 1994. This was an account of the family trade, that of blacksmith and farrier, and of the life of the forge in a small town in Co. Waterford,... More > Ireland. This provided a backdrop for a wider discussion of the changing life and times of Lismore and it was an account of many other local trades, of craftsmen and ordinary people and their way of life in the town in which they lived. This small book looks in more detail of the tools used in the forge. Many of the tools were hand made from materials to hand and many had a specialised use. The reader will find a wealth of information on a declining craft< Less
Wrong Place Wrong Time By Ed Fralian
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Spring 1988. The battle with Irish Republican terrorism is entering a new phase. A surveillance video goes missing. People who may have seen it start dying. But nobody’s told the investigating... More > officers on the mainland in North Wales. Then their people start dying. The ‘Troubles’ have arrived in a small North Wales town< Less