What is it like to live in a city and a region that is always in an understated civil war and sometimes in major, bloody, sectarian strife? Graham Andrews lived through the Troubles in Northern Ireland. He paints vivid portraits of characters living in those times. But these are not ordinary fictional portraits. Andrews draws us into the inner spaces of his characters, melding past and present, the ancient and the modern, experience and fantasy, memories and wishes, and all against the constant backdrop of the Troubles.
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