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Iron Annie: 'Like a bolt from the blue for Irish writing' Niamh Campbell
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Iron Annie: 'Like a bolt from the blue for Irish writing' Niamh Campbell (Hardback)

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'The energy, the voice, the language, the characters, all real, raw and utterly convincing' Fiona Scarlett, author of Boys Don't Cry



'Wonderful, imaginative, highly original emotional rollercoaster of a story' Peter James



I still think'a her every day, several times a day.



Aoife knows everyone in Dundalk's underworld. Too well, in some cases. But when she meets Annie, a beautiful whirlwind of a woman, and brings her to the Town, she finds that she doesn't know nearly enough about her. Annie is magnetic and wild and Aoife's desire to learn more quickly becomes a need, and then an obsession - to know this dangerous woman, to love her, to keep her.



So when Aoife's friend and collaborator the Rat King asks her to help him dispose of ten kilos of cocaine, swiped from a rival, she brings Annie along for a road trip through a Britain that she only knows as a place to be suspicious of. So when Annie decides she doesn't want to return to Ireland, Aoife makes a decision that changes everything.



Gritty and yet tender, tragic and yet hopeful, Iron Annie is a breakneck journey that crackles with energy, warmth and heart, and marks the arrival of a fresh and vibrant new voice in literary fiction.



'Full of wonder, grit, insight, sadness and joy' Donal Ryan, author of The Spinning Heart

Fiction & PoetryCrime & ThrillersFiction & PoetryModern & contemporary fiction post c 1945Humour Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC Publication Date: 02/09/2021 ISBN-13: 9781526635983  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Luke Cassidy is a writer from Dundalk, Ireland. He has adapted his novel, Iron Annie, for the stage as the Iron Annie Literary Cabaret, a spectacle of spoken word and music based on the book, which will tour twenty theatres in Ireland with the support of the Irish Arts Council. A short story of his, A Good Turn, will be featured in the forthcoming New Island Books anthology of writing from the Irish border region, The New Frontier. Iron Annie is his first novel.

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