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Heartland

Heartland
Heartland is ‘a redneck sinfonia’ of rough poetry, humour and humanity by one of Ireland’s greatest and most original authors.
Our Price: €13.95
ISBN/EAN9781848406605
Stock: 13
Publisher: New Island Books
Pub. Date: April 5 2018
Author: MCCABE, PATRICK
Format: Trade PB
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Ray and Jody, who grew up together in an orphanage, went and ripped off WW Monroe – proprietor of the Heartland super-pub in Glasson County and local big-shot in the hazy Irish midlands – for everything he was worth. Causing Monroe to hang himself.

Now, Ray is hiding in the rafters of a dive bar watching Monroe’s gang of psychos keep a bloodied Jody in the back room and drink themselves silly waiting for none other than Tony Begley, Monroe’s lieutenant, and the baddest, meanest hombre in all of Glasson County,
to come.
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