the Actor

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Prologue: A young man attends the funeral of actor Jim Brevin. Many are startled by the young man’s resemblance to the deceased – as far as everyone knows, Jim never had a son.
Part 1: Jim Brevin is born in 1898 to a middle-class Dublin family. He is a headstrong, independent child who has a poor relationship with his father. At Christmas, Jim and his family attend a pantomime and Jim is captivated by the magic of theatre. Buy Book Here
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Waiting for a Star to Fall

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Alyson Hughes can't take it anymore!
Between her dead-end job, odious boss, and two-timing boyfriend, she needs to go somewhere far away from Cork, Ireland. Order 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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Accidental Shooting Death of President Kennedy

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By Daniel R. Roffe
On 11/22/63, Dan Roffe was an engineering student at Drexel Institute of Technology in Philadelphia. Two days later at 5 a.m. in the morning, he was in front of The White House,shocked and impelled to "bear witness" to the killing of John F. Kennedy. Buy the Book

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Short Story by Ian Wilkinson

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 An Irish tale: from rural Ireland to the Metropolitan opera house to a lifeboat in the North Atlantic – without pay…

By Ian Wilkinson, author, Crossing the Water (Paperback) or E-Book

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