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Shers on Irish FM radio - Murder On the Rocks!

What fun to be asked to do this radio interview with CRY 104 FM in County Cork while I plugged a murder mystery I'd written and set in Youghal, Ireland.

Murder On The Rocks!
 is the first of what has eventually turned into a 3-part series, entitled: A Felly van Vliet series, named after its protagonist.

Airtime with this County Cork DJ - Stan Notte - ended up with him not only asking about why I'd based this first work in the sleepy little Irish harbour town of Youghal, but also a bit about the writing process and my background as well. 
Have a listen to this live broadcast. As the Irish say, it was great craic!

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  1. N.B. Since this interview Aisling Books has changed to a dot com site rather than dot nl, which we believe is more publicly reachable. Still appreciate Stan Notte's plug, as he is a prolific poet/author, himself.
    Check out Stan doing a TED talk:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVLffREX06M

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