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“Power & Perdition”


Eamonn's debut novel is a gently-comic but unsentimental tale that should appeal to anyone who's raised teenage children - or negotiated adolescence themselves.


You may view a trailer of the book launch by clicking anywhere on the screen of the YouTube video (below).


Preview the opening 35 pages by clicking on the First four chapters... link below.

First four chapters...

Power & Perdition


The book is out in hardcover and paperback editions, and may be purchased online or in-store.

Your local bookshop can order directly from the global distributor, if it doesn’t stock either item.

Quoting the ISBN numbers below will speed up the process.

Hardcover 978-1-910724-00-2
Paperback 978-1-910724-01-9


An e-publishing version of “Power & Perdition” is now available exclusively to the various Amazon websites ( here), in Kindle format. Kindle Unlimited subscribers can even loan the book free-of-charge. Drowning The Shamrock




Eamonn is currently working on a follow up work of fiction, "Drowning The Shamrock". It's a lengthy novel than can almost be read like a short story collection. You can preview an early draft of the first chapter by clicking on the Opening pages... link below.

Opening pages...



"Six Pack"

Six Pack


This short collection is currently available in Kindle format, at a very low price, on all the Amazon websites. It's a compendium of four short stories that were previously published in print, one never-before published story, and a sample chapter from a forthcoming novel. Details below...


● Candid Photography appeared in "Phoenix Irish Short Stories 1998". This collection was published in London by Orion Books and edited by the late David Marcus.


● File Under Popular appeared in the June 2000 edition of "Postnews" magazine. Professor Lucy Collins of Dublin City University adjudged it the winning entry to a short story competition sponsored by I.B.M. and P.C.I.


● Where There's Life appeared in "An Cloigeann is a Luach" / "What Worth The Head". This anthology was published by Limerick County Council in 1998 and launched byPresident Mary McAleese.


● Munchausen Mick is from an as yet unpublished novel that's (ostensibly) about the Irish Post Office.


● A Baby Blue Note appeared in "An Grian", a short-lived alternative lifestyle periodical that was available in Co Clare during the early 1990s.


● The Rain Don't Come is previously unpublished. This is an idiosyncratic "memory" of the first Papal visit to Ireland, way back in 1979.


Preview the book here





● Let There Be Rocca is a critique of the 1988 Eurovision
Song Contest that was written for a weekly TV column.
After being "spiked" (for reasons which become
apparent), it proved to be Eamonn's last piece for
this particular publication.


Read the article here...



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