The Heather Fields and Other Stories
Set in island communities in small-town rural Ireland, peopled with the marginalised and forgotten, the nine stories in John F. Deane's new collection address life's most profound questions - the nature of existence and the purpose of being.
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The Heather Fields
The Long Goodbye
The Eye of the Beholder
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