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Belfast 1993: A nocturnal ambulance service at the Belfast Central Station almost turns deadly for the young paramedic Ryan. In the crosshairs of the IRA, he is badly wounded and wakes up in the hospital with muddled memories. The police close the case fast, leaving too many burning questions unanswered. Most importantly, who was that old man who appeared at the scene out of nowhere and saved Ryan's life? Not fully recovered yet, Ryan begins searching for the mysterious man, only to get dragged into a feud between opposing paramilitaries - with fatal consequences... 

A thrilling story about fates in 20th century Northern Ireland.
- Back Cover Blurb

Our patient Mrs Weaver is filled with joy.
- First Sentence, Belfast 1993: Chapter 1

Adam felt like he was suffocating in the crowd. This wasn't his fight. He had a bad feeling about this, a bad premonition. This couldn't end well. Adam felt the hatred of the people around him. They didn't want an agreement; they wanted a fight out of pure defiance.
- Memorable Moment, Page 193

SOURCE ... Received with thanks from the author.


MY THOUGHTS ... A novel (the authors first) of what happens when two lives (and in many ways, two worlds) collide one fateful night. The mix of 1990's and 1930's Belfast compelling reading as events unfold. The puzzle of just who the mysterious man is solved as fictional characters combine with some actual events of the 'Troubles' in Northern Ireland.

Yes, Belfast Central is an intriguing story of suspense that has its fair share of thrills and spills ... and then some. And yes, with such a keen insight into time and place and, indeed events, the author brings history to life. But so much more than that ....

A story of staying true to yourself, of building relationships, of bridging differences across a divide. It is the very human element, the characters themselves (both primary and secondary) that made this such an extraordinarily memorable read for me.

Read about Belfast Central including an extract and book trailer here.

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