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Brendan Ashore (An Irish Lad #3)
 
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Language: English
Published: 15th August, 2017
Publisher: Beaten Track
ISBN: Paperback: 978-1-78645-145-3
eBook: 978-1-78645-146-0
ASIN: B0759RG173
Category: Fiction
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Information: Published: 15th August 2017 Length: 87,500 words (238 pages) approx. Available on Kindle Unlimited Brendan Harris spent his childhood in semi-rural Ireland in the 1940s and went on to join the Merchant Navy - a career cut short by a... [Detailed Info]
 
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David R. McCabe grew up in the countryside south of Dublin, Ireland and now lives with his partner Joan, in the north of England. Happily retired, David spends much of his time fly fishing with Joan and working on his next book.... Read More
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Published: 15th August 2017
Length: 87,500 words (238 pages) approx.

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Brendan Harris spent his childhood in semi-rural Ireland in the 1940s and went on to join the Merchant Navy - a career cut short by a horrific road accident. Now, at the age of twenty-three, he - as the saying went at the time - 'takes the boat' leaving Ireland to make his fortune in Liverpool.

In this, the third book of the 'An Irish Lad' series, we follow Brendan as he takes up lodgings with a lonely landlady in Bootle, gets a temporary job as store man in a department store in the city, goes to football matches and dancing, meets girls and visits the now famous Cavern Club. With a surprising turn of events, Brendan starts a new career and a new life.

Written in David's relaxed, humorous style, Brendan Ashore offers an insight into life in the 1960s in the north of England - as seen through the eyes of 'An Irish Lad'.