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Victorian Ireland. A boy in search of redress.
Victorian England. A man in search of redemption.
1879, County Mayo, Ireland. Liam Walshe and his sick, four-year-old brother, Aiden, are separated from their mother and father, their home destroyed. Liam needs to keep his brother alive whilst he searches for their parents, then he’ll take his revenge. He needs help.
1876, London, England. Bernie Kelly is the oldest bare-knuckle fighter on the illegal, underground circuit. A tragedy forces him back to Dublin, the city he ran away from thirty years earlier, and he wants the woman he loves to go with him. Though Dublin has changed, its demons still haunt him. He needs a cause.
When Bernie runs into Liam on the bank of the River Moy, help meets a cause.
Rural Ireland has made a partial recovery from the potato blight that plagued the country in the middle of the century. As the 1870s draw to a close, agriculture faces new challenges. When tenant farmers struggle to pay their rent, landlords react with evictions. If it’s a land war they want, there are people prepared to fight back.
An Irish historical novel about family. A story of love and hate, romance and betrayal, humour and tragedy, community and family, people and machines. A nostalgic, informative and humorous insight into Ireland in the 1950s
The burden of debt does not sit easy with Willie Casey, especially when the debt is to a dangerous man. For the solution, he relies on his young son, Sean. Sean takes on the challenge with fervour but will all of his dreams be realised?
Set in 1950s Bangor Erris in County Mayo, Ireland, this is a fictional tale set around a factual event.
Dennis Carey was born in County Mayo, Ireland. His family moved to Coventry, England when he was very young and were responsible enough to bring him with them.
He now lives with his wife in Northamptonshire.
For 30 years he worked in education, teaching for a short while in Secondary Schools and more substantially in Further Education.