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Kerry-Made version still available

Just to let visitors to County Kerry know that, if you’re heading to Dingle or Annascaul and have been unable to pick up a copy of the book’s second edition Centenary version, there is still a stock of the Kerry-made version, (all signed), available to you if you’re planning to pass by Castlemaine on your journey. If you don’t mind a stop-off at Boolteens, about half a mile from Castlemaine on the R561 route to Annascaul and Dingle, then please contact Kevin at the following e-mail address 

Yes, when others employ some of the most technological ways of distribution for their books, we offer you a simple way of picking up a copy. Meet up with Kevin close to Boolteens where, by the way there are two great pubs, The Anvil and Murphy’s Bar, pick up a copy and and flick through the pages as you enjoy a drink and a lovely bit of grub, in the place where my father was born.

I’ve had a few messages from people to say they’ve been unable to get hold of a copy and there are still a number of this particular private print version still in stock both in Kerry and here in Manchester. As it is the Second edition I have reduced the cost to €10 and I guess as these are now a limited amount available, they will become collectors items one day.

Signed Copies of the Kerry-made second edition

When the current stock of the Kerry-made second edition version I hold here in Manchester, runs out, (these are the only copies I am able to send out signed), they will be the last of the Kerry-made print run made available.

Because of my research Tom Crean's story has changed so do please share the posts.
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