Tag Archives: Ireland

The One That Didn’t Escape

For a lie to add piquancy to a story the story would be factual. Fantasy needs no lie to stimulate or excite. But if the factual story is contrived or fallacious then it’s the fantasy that is the lie. Daniel … Continue reading

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An Irish Dream

Today I drink and ne’er again will be sober, Till I cross the sea that lays before me And swim ashore on foreign land. There to rest my aching body Neath the stars that’ll shine on me. Fare you well … Continue reading

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Percy Crow A Story of Secrets, Deceit and Damned Lies

Both Kindle and Paperback available Saturday 25 July! Synopsis: Percy Crow, twice captured in World War Two, first by the Nazis and then by the Russians, escapes in the bilges of a freighter from Soviet Russia to Hamburg where he … Continue reading

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