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Mickey Slabdabber, a Limerick Odyssey By Michael Quinlan
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Set in the period 1935-1953, Mickey Slabdabber is another amazing slice of Irish life adding balance to the Limerick of "Angela's Ashes". Michael Quinlan's hometown is not as bleak as Frank... More > McCourt's, although there is still hardship aplenty. Linguistic flair & Celtic originality, intriguing anecdotes and the drama of an unseen IRA distorting the life of a growing child all help flesh out our understanding of the Ireland of the day. Yet there is also art & enchantment, music, theatre & humour in this true story of the childhood and youth of a Vize's Field lane boy who wants to be a painter.< Less
The Lion and the Covenant By B. Victor Preston
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After the murder of his brother following a mysterious manuscript purchase, gifted languages student Tom Wilson and his archaeology and history buff girlfriend Kate Torrington are drawn into a race... More > to find the truth about a fabled, long-lost golden artefact. Startling discoveries begins to reveal hitherto concealed history, and the "enigma of the ages" begins to unravel as the pair follows clues meant only for the highest Masonic orders. Others too are in hot pursuit of this age-old "royal secret", and Tom and Kate's search faces mortal danger from intelligence agencies, religious zealots and fanatical terrorists. Backed by impeccable research, this compelling mystery thriller is a sensational new read that will also startle many readers with its astounding, factual revelations.< Less
Mickey Slabdabber, a Limerick Odyssey By Michael Quinlan
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Set in the period 1935-1953, Mickey Slabdabber is another amazing slice of Irish life adding balance to the Limerick of "Angela's Ashes". Michael Quinlan's hometown is not as bleak as Frank... More > McCourt's, although there is still hardship aplenty. Linguistic flair & Celtic originality, intriguing anecdotes and the drama of an unseen IRA distorting the life of a growing child all help flesh out our understanding of the Ireland of the day. Yet there is also art & enchantment, music, theatre & humour in this true story of the childhood and youth of a Vize's Field lane boy who wants to be a painter.< Less