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'Like Brian Moore given a make-over by James Elroy. Excellent stuff.' --Bestselling novelist Colin Bateman
Thomas Paul Burgess was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is a published academic, novelist and songwriter / musician with his band Ruefrex - with whom he achieved commercial and critical success through the release of seven singles and three albums. His first novel, White Church, Black Mountain is a political thriller, dealing with the emerging post-conflict society of Northern Ireland and exploring the legacy of the troubles and how its residue impacts on those who seek to build a personal and communal future in their aftermath. Through Hollow Lands is his second novel. He lives in Cork, Ireland, where he is a Senior Academic and Director of Youth & Community Studies at The School of Applied Social Studies, University College Cork.
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9 July 2018
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Unputdownable. This one should be on everyone's wish list - it is that good. An excellent story that gallops on apace, drawing in the readers at every turn, keeping them hooked with (a) the genius of the underlying theme and (b) the allied mind-blowing plot acrobatics. A more than worthy follow-up to "White Church Black Mountain".
10 July 2018
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You may be challenged by this novel.... and I think that's the point! A literary high-wire act that delivers on scathing satire, page turning suspense and featuring killer dialogue and unforgettable characters. 5 stars and then some!