“BALLS AS BIG AS CHURCH BELLS…”

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“WITH BALLS AS BIG AS CHURCH BELLS AND TALENT ON TOP, KEELY IS THE KIND OF WRITER MOST MEN YEARN TO BE. READ HIM AND WEEP.”   

Multiple Award Winning Writer Director, Terry Mc Mahon.

 

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A reclusive taxi-driver fights for a future with his childhood sweetheart when she gets into trouble with a band of psychopaths.

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Being nursed back from a coma in the  south of France by childhood crush, Shelley, is a lifelong fantasy come true for taxi-driver Thomas Brody; if only he could remember how he got there and why the local criminal fraternity are  out to murder them both.

On the upside, Shelley, a wild redhead who has always treated him like dirt, is being

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sweeter than he ever dared to dream and as they cast aside the baggage of their suffocating small town lives they find an eccentric intimacy has developed between them over the years.

As Brody’s memory returns, so too do the ghosts of their pasts and it seems everyone converging on their brief idyll has their own bitter vengeance to enact. If they were ever destined to share a future, then the time has definitely come to stand together or be washed away by an evil tide.

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CONTENT WARNING.

Graphic scenes of sex and  violence ….and humour. 18+ Age recommendation.

2 thoughts on ““BALLS AS BIG AS CHURCH BELLS…””

  1. Richard Francis said:

    The book was so good , I went straight back to the start and continued to read it again. Excellent fast paced thriller.

    Liked by 1 person

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