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Title: South of the Border
Publisher: The Lilliput Press Ltd
Book Condition: New
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The year is 1942, and young Balbriggan teacher Matt Duggan takes up a job in the small town of Rathisland, Ireland. His leisured parochial world detonates when a German Stuka crash-lands in the local bog and pilot Josef is sheltered by local Nazi sympathizers before being turned in by whistle-blower Matt, who'd found his love interest canoodling with the manly Kraut. The prisoner's death in captivity impels Madeleine's flight to England and Matt's emotional growth.About the Author:
James Ryan is a native of Rathdowney, Co. Laois and graduate of Trinity College, Dublin. He is a writer and university lecturer at the School of English and Drama, University College Dublin. His previous novels include Home from England (1995), Dismantling Mr Doyle (1997) and Seeds of Doubt (2001).
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