"Brilliantly and concisely written review that left me angry, sad and limp with memories I've tried time and time again to deal with. The murder of John Larmour and the subsequent cover-up show the British state for what it is, a whited…"
"Great review. I agree completely... read the book myself ... was very moved...and thought I'd write a review myself. ..
Shock 'n Awe...! I just couldn't put it down...
A compelling modern tragedy...George Larmour tells the story of…"
"Michael Dunne, I'm not sure how you can disagree with me unless you were the archivist who dealt so unhelpfully with my enquiries. I think what you mean to say is that your experience has been different from mine, but that doesn't mean…"
"Thank you D J Kelly for this review. George Larmour's book is a sad indictment of events in N Ireland since the 'end' of The Troubles, reminding us that many of the population there still nurse broken hearts and harbour a deep sense…"
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Wanted to take a minute to welcome you here to The Wild Geese. It's a great little community which is blossoming into something big, little by little. Your book about the Black & Tans sounds fascinating. Great to have you here to add your perspectives.
Thank you Gerry & Ryan. Delighted to be here. Been packing all day as am embarking on a mini book tour on Weds am, to Irish World Heritage Centre in Manchester UK and then on Friday to Dunlavin Arts Festival, Co Wicklow. Am off for some shuteye now, but will pop in again in the morning (UK time). Night all. :-D
Thanks for accepting Lucy. I see we both have a Mayo connection. My mother was a Lyons from Aughamore, near Ballyhaunis in East Mayo. I'm heading over there (for first time since I was 3 years old) in 4 weeks for a bit of a 'gathering' with all my cousins. I'm hoping also to get a feel for the place as I thought I might write a book based on the maternal ancestry. My father's side are Northern Irish (Belfast & Carrickfergus) and I've published 2 novels based on the paternal ancestors and am currently writing another. I'm Manchester born but much travelled and living these days in Buckinghamshire, where I set up Chalfont Writers' Circle. I also research and write little local history books for my local history group. Best wishes. Denise [DJ Kelly]