Because of a debilitating illness, Dr.Brian O’Hare [B.A., ADCE(Hons.), M.A., Ph.D] took early retirement in 1998 from his post as Assistant Director of a large Regional College in Newry in Northern Ireland. It transpired that he had an irreversible liver disease (a childhood affliction) that required a liver transplant. Married with three children and ten grandchildren, he now enjoys full health, plays golf, and writes from time to time.
New Beginnings, volume 6 of the Crimson Cloak Anthologies produced for charity, is a volume of donated short stories and other items on a theme of fresh starts and rebirth. All publisher profit will go to the charity STOP IT NOW!, providing resources to identify and prevent sexual abuse of children.
Elderly Wilhelm Huntzinger lies dead beside his wheelchair.
Inspector Jim Sheehan must discover who among the residents of the Woodlands Care Home released the brake to send him plunging to his death: but does the answer lie in the German ex-officer's wartime history, or is it to be found nearer to home?
Three people are murdered on separate Tuesday evenings at precisely 11.05. Chief Detective Inspector Jim Sheehan's new recruit Sergeant Denise Stewart has a mystery informant, but when she is kidnapped, Sheehan and Detective Tom Allen must race against time to save her from a grisly fate.
A young priest's life spirals out of control when long-submerged memories of childhood abuse begin to surface. He seeks solace in a friendship with a beautiful seventeen-year-old-choir girl but this leads to a frenzied love affair that ends in disaster. Fallen Men touches on some dark themes but it is ultimately a novel of redemption.
It's an ordinary day at Sam's roadside diner, with the usual mix of customers. But when the lights fail a gunshot rings out - and one of them lies dead. Detective Chief Inspector Jim Sheehan must unravel a string of coincidences to determine who is the murderer.
Prominent figures in Belfast are being murdered. No clues are left at the forensically immaculate crime scenes of what the press are calling "the naked murders", except odd theatrical props and some random numbers and letters concealed at each scene by the killer. Detective Chief Inspector Jim Sheehan must race to solve the mystery before another victim is claimed.
A little girl with irreparable brain damage, is now a healthy teenager. A teenage boy diagnosed as permanently paralysed now plays football with his friends. Walking miracles abound who owe their healings to John Gillespie, an ordinary man of extraordinary faith and true healing gifts.
The Miracle Ship is a true account. Whatever your beliefs, this book is a heartwarming and life-changing read.