“A renowned novelist and playwright, Annie McCartney
is one of the true Irish greats.”

When actor Clare falls for
a priest after returning
home to Belfast, her notions
of sex and love are challenged.

Intimate and honest, this
compelling first novel from
Annie heralds the debut of
an exciting new voice in fiction.

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“Annie McCartney knows the most
important thing for a novelist,
how to hook the reader and reel him in.”
Glenn Patterson

In her hilarious second novel,
Annie brings to life the characters,
colour and sounds of a 1970s
hicksville radio station,
in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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“A rollercoaster of a read.”
Patricia Scanlon

Sally O’Neill is housekeeper for
three ladies on Marlborough Road;
she knows their hopes and
dreams and their deepest secrets.

But after years of services now
she is forced to think of herself.

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Don’t Think Twice

Don’t Think Twice

Every year, coming up to Bob Dylan’s birthday, Esther found herself succumbing to a deep depression. She knew in her heart, that this year was going to be the depression to end them all. This year Dylan would be fifty. She had never confided the reason for this annual...

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Welcome to My Website

Welcome to My Website

Thanks so much for visiting my website, I hope it reflects my work to date. Please feel free to have a browse around and read some of my short stories, which I will continue to post to this blog in the months and years ahead. Also here you will find information on my...

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