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A Memoir of a Falls Childhood 1971-73
“Soon the summer storms became mainly man-made, rumbling and crackling their way up from the terraces and rolling in from the sprawling new estates. Troubles had come again to Belfast, this city of history, hard men and hatred.”
In these 15 stories Seamus Kelters poignantly reflects upon his years growing up on the Falls Road at the height of the Troubles, where he witnessed the Ballymurphy massacre, the fallout of Bloody Sunday and soldiers in the playground.
This book is also a testimony to the love of family and friends in the midst of chaos and tradgedy.
|Dimensions||213 × 140 × 19 mm|