Once Upon a Time in . . . Donnybrook

Once Upon a Time in . . . Donnybrook

Summary

Ireland, Ireland - no longer standing Dáil ...

Leinster House had been burned to the ground. All that was left was a smouldering ruin and the blackened remains of an Irish flag.

The old man was trying to pin the blame on Brussels, but I knew the actual truth? Unfortunately, Sorcha was too angry with me for having sex with our daughter's Irish teacher to listen.

But I had, like, other irons in the - pordon the pun - fire. I'd just become Head Coach of the Ireland rugby team - albeit, women.

The country might well have been focked. But very soon, we had everyone believing in fairy tales again.

And it all happened once upon a time in . . . Donnybrook
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'Ross is a national institution' Irish Times

'In a league of his own' Business Post

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    Irish Times

About the author

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly

Once Upon a Time in . . . Donnybrook is the twenty-fifth book in Paul Howard's 'Ross O'Carroll-Kelly' series. Ross books have sold over one million copies, are annually nominated for the Popular Fiction prize at the Irish Book Awards - where they have won the prize an unprecedented three times - and are also critically acclaimed as satirical masterpieces. One of the series - The Oh My God Delusion - was chosen as Ireland's favourite book in Eason's 125th birthday poll.
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