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Back In The Day

Author : Stephen Clements
ISBN : 0856409995
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Author : Tony Macaulay
ISBN : 0856409103
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A laugh-out-loud coming-of-age memoir, set in late 1970s Belfast.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Tayto Tea And Slimming World

Author : Don Clampet
ISBN : 1521013373
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No plot. No characters. No storyline. Just a harmless big Southern Irish lad meandering through life in a Northern Irish town.All royalties will be donated to Suicide awareness Charities, and to Charities for the support of the Disabled. Thanks you for your support.

Ulster Fry

Author : Billy McWilliams
ISBN : 0856409871
Genre : Northern Ireland
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Category: Northern Ireland

Spirit Of 58

Author : Evan Marshall
ISBN : 085640957X
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In the summer of 1958 tiny Northern Ireland stood just one game away from a semi-final appearance in the World Cup against the mighty Brazil. The heroic story of this uniquely blessed squad of players, led by the peerless Danny Blanchflower, takes in the Munich Air Disaster, a fight against Sabbath Observers within the IFA who tried to stop them going to the tournament in Sweden, and a violent win-or-bust struggle against Italy to qualify. And yet it has almost been forgotten. This book tells the story of how Northern Irish football came of age under the management of Peter Doherty, and the team's journey from also-rans to being two games away from the World Cup final of 1958.

Memphis Dirty Tales From The Dirty South

Author : J. T. Davenport
ISBN : 0615484549
Genre : Fiction
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Welcome to Memphis, Tennessee, the home of car-jackings, dead kings, and some of the dirtiest people on the face of the Earth! Crack these covers to witness crack-heads run amok, corrupt politicians doing their thang, and gangs ruling the mean streets in the City of Blues and Bar-B-Que. In this collection of short stories written by some proud and not-so-proud sons of the city built on a bluff, you'll experience tales of extreme violence and urban warfare, true and unbelievable real life stories from the traumatized authors, tales of the strange, and the heartache that comes with living in this city that changed the world. Featuring nine stories by Stephen Clements, Joseph Tate, JT Davenport, and Jeff Klitzner.
Category: Fiction

Call Me Tennessee

Author : Jeff Klitzner
ISBN : 0615490786
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Have you ever stopped and given change to a hobo? What kind of man would move a hobo to stop and give him change?Jeff Klitzner rose from the ashes of his troubled childhood, complete with insane mother, absent father, getting committed, and poker games with senior citizens, to beg, borrow, and steal his way across five continents, get kicked out of a foreign country, get thrown in jail, break hearts, qualify as a rabbi, and drink epic amounts of alcohol. And he's lived to tell about it. So far. You better read this book, because I'm not sure if he'll survive to write a sequel. If you lived this hard, you might not either.The most screwed up lives make for the best stories. Top this one.

Europe For Dummies

Author : Donald Olson
ISBN : 9780470881491
Genre : Travel
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For Dummies Travel guides are the ultimate user-friendly trip planners, combining the broad appeal and time-tested features of the For Dummies series with up-to-the-minute advice and information from the experts at Frommer's. Small trim size for use on-the-go Focused coverage of only the best hotels and restaurants in all price ranges The fun and easy way® to explore Europe From great museums and historic sights to fabulous food and trendsetting styles, Europe has it all. Get the lowdown on everything from passports to palaces, culture to nightlife, and cathedrals to cuisine. With mini-guides to fifteen of Europe's most popular cities and surrounding areas in eleven different countries, this book is your ticket to an exciting European adventure. Open the book and find: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn't miss -and what you can skip The best hotels and restaurants for every budget Lots of detailed maps
Category: Travel

Australia S Most Unbelievable True Stories

Author : Jim Haynes
ISBN : 9781952535703
Genre : History
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Did you know that in 1932 the Australian army was called out to wage war on an invading army of 20,000...emus? Or that the first royal personage to arrive in Australia was the King of Iceland and he came as a convict? And how about the spooky phenomenon of the mischief-making Guyra Ghost? From Jim Haynes, one of our most successful and prolific tellers of yarns and bush tales, comes this ultimate collection of unbelievable true Australian stories: the unknown, the forgotten, the surprising, the truly weird and the completely inexplicable. Told with a refreshing understatement, Australia's Most Unbelievable True Stories vividly evokes a vanishing Australia when anything was possible, when characters were larger than life and the bizarre and strange were normal.
Category: History