The following books are all very worthwhile. The fact that
I am the writer of them doesn’t drive me into shyness.
I am just going along with the critics who to a man and a
woman have given raves to each one.
The books are:
Goodbye to the Hill – new 40th birthday
edition of my first book which has become a seminal novel
of Dublin in the 50’s.
Paddy Maguire is Dead – banned for
32 years, now available with a gigantic defence against the
indecent and obscene label it was given by the then Censorship
Board by one of our great novelists John Broderick.
Barleycorn Blues – A work that came
through me like a forest fire, eating up whatever inhibitions
I had left, and gaining me the review I value more than all
others, such praises from one of my literary heros, Alan Sillitoe.
Literally, a review to die for.
English film producer Matthew Scott Perry wants to bring it
to the screen and I have high hopes he will do it.
More on some of the books here.
I have written as well, two historical novels set in Ireland
Dancers of Fortune and
Seasons of Destiny, both of them receiving
The latest story in my memoir of my Broadway experience which
has to be read to be disbelieved.
You can purchase these books from me at 15 Euro which includes
packaging and posting and I’d be happy to sign them
to you or whoever you say.
If you contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ll get right back to you and I promise that you will
not be disappointed with any of the books.
If you have read this far, thanks for that. All the