The Life and Times of Liam O'Donnell

A year-by-year saga of the Irish-Catholic O'Donnells from 1919-1946, an era swiftly fading from memory. Told by hard-of-hearing Rory O'Donnell about life with his rascal brother Liam on the streets of industrial Northeast Philadelphia, and attending Catholic school during Prohibition, The Great Depression and WWII. Liam loses his life over the Sea of Japan. More

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Published: May 30, 2012
Words: 149,970
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452436166
About James Francis Smith

Philadelphia native James Francis Smith a graduate of LaSalle University with an MBA from Pacific Lutheran University, after a successful career in industry and finance, returned to his first love—historical novels. Or as he prefers, history chronicled in a novel style. In documenting the Irish-American story, he dedicated his remaining years to recording the achievements and contributions of Irish-Americans and Irish-born to their adopted land. Smith’s novels chronicle the lives, loves, and wars of people and events that have often been overlooked by history:
Druids, Celts, and Romans – Europe circa 400 BCE
The Civil War’s Valiant Irish – US 1859-1865 (currently being professionally edited)
The Last of the Fenians – Ireland 1910-1923
The Life and Times of Liam O’Donnell – US 1918-1945
Rory O’Donnell and the Kennedys – US 1946-1968
Unholy Conspiracies – US circa 1990-2005
Western Civilization – A collection of short stories from ancient history to the current era

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