Me and the Foreign Girl

Pneuma Springs Publishing
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Caught in an Atlantic storm the ‘Annie L.’ is sinking. With its motley crew the trawler is an accident waiting to happen. They are hundreds of miles from their homeport on the picturesque Achill Island on the west coast of Ireland and there may be no chance of rescue. The crew; the Skipper, his sensible nephew Pat and deck hand Coleman seem to have a death wish. Life had failed each of them in its own way. The exception is the beautiful red haired marine biologist from Finland who is with them for this one trip. She wants to live. With an impending storm, they are the only boat to leave the remote Achill Island on the west coast of Ireland. Their position in the north Atlantic is near the porcupine shelf, about one hundred miles from their home port. The engine has blown and the trawler is holed and taking in water. This is the account of the three-man crew and female passenger of the trawler ‘Annie L.’ in a raging Atlantic rainstorm. Their story needs to be told. Author James McCarthy brings this voyage to life with a cast of unforgettable characters in a rousing sea-faring tale of courage and determination, love and loss, fear and faith. Book reviews online: PublishedBestsellers website.
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James McCarthy lives with his family in Dublin Ireland. He has written features for the press and 'Me and the Foreign Girl' is his first novel. He was inspired to write it after reading, 'The Perfect Storm.' He has read some of his short stories on the East Coast Radio. He is a member of the Wednesday Café Writers in Carysfort College Dublin. They critique each other's work and drink loads of coffee to increases their creative edge. He has a number of interests/ hobbies. He cycles a lot and is also a member of the Countrywide Hillwalking Association (CHA). At weekends he can be found walking somewhere in the Dublin or Wicklow hills with the CHA. He is a member of, ProBus, Rotary, the Tuesday Club and the Crab-apples. He has worked in several areas, Teaching, Career Guidance, Psychology and Statistics. He has a Ph.D from Trinity College Dublin.
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Publisher
Pneuma Springs Publishing
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Published on
Jul 30, 2010
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Pages
225
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ISBN
9781905809981
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Thrillers / General
Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
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