Witch Grannies - The Case of the Lonely Banshee

Emily’s witch grannies have whisked her away in the night, to the village of Castleconnell in the west of Ireland. The River Shannon is home to a banshee and she’s collecting souls, including Emily’s witch sister, Edna.

The witches must race against time to find the banshee’s lair and free the trapped souls.

But there is an even bigger threat to the river and all her inhabitants. More

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About Gary J Byrnes

Stories are what make us human. All my writing is about questioning the world in which we live. I focus on building strong and interesting characters and letting them breathe in plots that have no limits. My stories are epic, controversial and, I hope, like nothing you've read before. I want you to be thrilled by my writing and would love to hear your thoughts and opinions, so please connect with me any way you like. If you enjoy my work, please give it a rating and review wherever you find it. Thank you!

Based in Ireland, I am a thriller writer, author of the global number one 9/11 TRILOGY. My stories are edgy and highly-entertaining and my latest work, TO EAT THE WORLD, tells the story of a Manhattan chef's efforts to stop modern Nazi bankers from taking over the US Presidency. I was nominated for the Crime Writers' Association Debut Dagger Award for acclaimed Limerick crime thriller PURE MAD, published in 2009. I've published transrealist conspiracy thriller THE GOD VIRUS (2011), THE DEATH OF OSAMA BIN LADEN - AN ALTERNATIVE HISTORY (2012), THE WRITER AND OTHER STORIES shorts collection (2013) and THRILLER BOX SET (2014). I've also written a series of kids' thrillers about witches and magic in Ireland, WITCH GRANNIES. VAMPIRE STORY is my debut short film - you can also read the book and listen to the soundtrack. I actively promote secularism in SECULAR IRELAND.

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