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Mr. Robert Keogh

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (23 of 26)
Location: Northern Ireland
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 375,682 - Total Helpful Votes: 23 of 26
The Disenchanted Widow by Christina McKenna
The Disenchanted Widow by Christina McKenna
A breath of fresh air for a story set in Northern Ireland during the times of the troubles.
The characters portrayed in this novel were so cleverly introduced by the author. What a formidable melange --- Bessie herself, Herkie her son, the priest, the dentist, Lorcan, Rose, Gusty and Ned to mention a few.One didn't know till the final page who could be trusted.
The style of writing is outstanding and so unique.I believe this novel could be adapted to create a box office hit film. Christina McKenna has already paved the way by her powerful characters.
Having previously read and thoroughly enjoyed Misremembered Man, I look forward to more novels by Christina McKenna, a… Read more
BT Hudson Plus 1500 Twin DECT Cordless Telephone w&hellip by BT
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Value for money, 13 May 2013
An honest sale, very good phone set as advertised. The phones were as new .I would not purchase from anywhere else.
Ireland's Haunted Women by Christina McKenna
Ireland's Haunted Women by Christina McKenna
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My best read this year, 21 Oct 2010
"Ireland`s Haunted Women" is no ordinary book dealing with the paranormal.It is a series of compelling witness testimonies of ordeals few of us would want to experience.The stories within, the author comments, have never been recorded for a public forum.If you have ever been like me, a sceptic of the paranormal, then the contents of this book should cause you to reconsider your views. For these are the stories of ordinary women and children who have had the dark and mysterious visited upon them. The author, Christina Mc Kenna, cleverly presents each story with an important preamble- to set the scene-and then the "victims" tell their stories in a written conversational style.The graphic… Read more