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Black Mountain And Other Stories

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Black Mountain and Other Stories is Gerry Adams 17th published book. He has also published a book of poetry and seven Leargas books in which he writes about well known republican leaders he has known including Maire Drumm, John Joe McGirl Bobby Storey and others.

His first book Falls Memories was published in 1982 by Brandon Press. Ten years his first book of short stories - The Street and Other Stories was published .

Black Mountain is also a book of short stories. There are eleven new stories and five which were previously published. the Foreword is by well known author Timothy O'Grady.

The publisher O'Brien  say: 

" In this collection, one of Ireland's best-known political figures brings us stories of love, of politics, of war and of friendship. These are portraits of Ireland, and especially Belfast Old and New, in times of struggle and in times of peace, showing how our past is always part of our present. Sometimes sad, sometimes funny, always moving, theses are stories of ordinary people captured with with, with heart and with understanding"

Gerry Adams says:

"I'm delighted to publish Black Mountain and Other Stories. One of the stories is called Black Mountain- and I'm very happy with the notion of Sliabh Dubh as the overarching witness to many of the events I've written about in this new time.

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