Final Destination #3: End of The Line

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Like Kossoff too, he chooses London subjects - its people and its landscapes. On 18 February, Anti-Treaty officer Dinny Lacey was killed and his column rounded up at the Glen of Aherlow in Tipperary. This 33-year-old gorgeous English occasional DJ, model, songwriter and singer is among top-rated artists of the country. Dozens of small, windswept, rugged little specks of land dot the British Isles, but imagine 21 more them, never before heard of but complete with towns, superstitions, and politics.

Pages: 416

Publisher: Black Flame (June 7, 2005)

ISBN: 1844161765

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