The Training Ground

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Ireland 1942. This spy/fiction story sheds light on G2 (Irish Military Intelligence). In Madrid, British Intelligence are at an impasse. They have lost two of their best agents in a bid to retrieve armaments plans from the German embassy in Madrid. Buy Book or E-Book Here!

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The Poacher's Curse

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Ireland 1919 a country on the verge of another revolution. It's been three years since the failed Easter Rising of 1916. Veterans from the rising are organising themselves and recruiting for a different type of war. Buy E-Book Here

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The Angel's Lamp

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The Angel’s Lamp, set in war-torn Ireland just after the Easter Rising, centers around a love affair between Johnny Flynn, an Irish-bred, English staff-sergeant in charge of the rebellion's soon-to-be executed leaders, and Nora Connolly, the firebrand daughter of James Connolly, the uprising’s charismatic leader. Buy Book Here  Buy E-Book Here

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The Lake

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So much more than an Irish family saga, or a murder mystery, THE LAKE tells the story of Peggy Casey, young proprietress of The Angler's Rest Bar in a small Irish village in the 1970s, and what happens when handsome Detective Sergeant Frank Ryan is sent from Dublin to investigate a possible crime. Buy Book Here    Buy E-Book Here

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If These Walls Could Speak

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It’s a beautiful, clear spring day, and soon the cherry blossoms will fall from the trees and blanket the ground like snow. This season promises to be extraordinary, but it won’t be the same without Da, who passed away at Christmastime. Finn O’Brine stares out the window, taking it all in. He can’t believe his father will never spend time with him again. And he can’t believe there’s a bat at his window—talking to him. Buy E-Book Here  Buy Book Here

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The Irish American Chronicle

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The concise, Irish American Chronicle takes the reader down an historical road few know exist. Buy the Book

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