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Walter Macken Re – E – newed

August 7, 2014

A quick update on the Walter Macken front.

Bello publishing – part of PanMacmillan – are to release some of Macken’s out-of-print novels as E-books.

You can listen to a report about it on today’s Morning Ireland on RTE Radio 1. It includes a short interview with Macken’s eldest son, Wally (Walter Jnr).

Great news for those who have wanted to discover, or re-discover Macken’s work.

The Silent People, the second of the history trilogy - set during the Great Famine

The Silent People, the second of the history trilogy – set during the Great Famine

 

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