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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When you buy any of my books, I will fund a hemp plant through my planet-saving marketplace, readathriller.com. Read a thriller, be the thriller, save the world.

I live in Dublin, Ireland and write popular thrillers. My 9/11 TRILOGY is a worldwide bestseller and I was nominated for the Crime Writers’ Association Dagger Award for twisty, existentialist, Limerick-set thriller PURE MAD. My most recent work is art, food and Nazi thriller UNITED HATES and I am currently working on an aviation thriller, while listening to Pink Floyd and The Doors. I've also written transrealist mindbender THE GOD VIRUS, and shorts collection THE WRITER AND OTHER STORIES. When not writing writing, I went to art school, served in Ireland’s Army Reserve, spent time as a waiter, a journalist, an SEO specialist, and currently have a day job in aviation and space marketing.

Favourite writers include Yuval Harari, David Mitchell, Hunter S Thompson, Norman Mailer and Philip K Dick. When not at my laptop, I enjoys cooking, encountering great art, exploring cities and trying to make the world a better place, one story at a time.

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