A River of Bodies

The deeper he goes the darker it gets …

Kevin Doyle

The gripping sequel to To Keep A Bird Singing and the second part of Kevin Doyle's Solidarity Books trilogy. Noelie Sullivan delves further into the murky world of the powerful Donnelly family and their association with the Catholic church and the security forces. Edgy and sharp, this political thriller is restless, brilliantly plotted and topical.
Date Published :
August 2019
Publisher :
Blackstaff Press
Series :
Solidarity Books Trilogy
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781780732336
Pages : 272
Dimensions : 7.8 X 5.1 inches
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$12.95

Overview
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‘None of us involved in this are safe, do you realise that? I don’t feel safe. Since I stepped off the fuckin’ plane in Cork last night, I haven’t felt safe.’

Noelie Sullivan, disaffected ex-punk and grassroots activist, has every reason to be afraid. His investigation into Danesfort Industrial School and the boys who went missing from it is attracting attention. Special Branch want him to disappear and he’s made enemies of the powerful Walsh and Donnelly families.

But Noelie is determined to get to the truth. He won’t walk away. At least that’s what he tells himself until his friends and family start paying the price.

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A River of Bodies is the gripping sequel to To Keep A Bird Singing and the second part of Kevin Doyle’s Solidarity Books trilogy.

About The Author
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Kevin Doyle was born and brought up in Cork. He holds a Masters in Chemistry from NUI (Cork), and worked for a number of years in the chemical industrial sector in Ireland and the United States. He has been published in many literary journals, including the Stinging Fly, the Cork Review, Southwords and the Cúirt Journal. He has been shortlisted for a number of awards, including the Hennessy Literary Awards and the Seán Ó Faoláin Prize, and has won the Tipperary Short Story Award and the Michael McLaverty Short Story Award. He has written extensively about Irish and radical politics and, with Spark Deeley, he wrote the award-winning children’s picture book, The Worms that Saved the World.

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