Danger Danger by Gerry McCullough




 Danger Danger . 5 star Irish romantic thriller.

Two lives in parallel – twin sisters separated at birth, but their lives take strangely similar and dangerous roads until the final collision which hurls each of them to the edge of disaster.
Katie and her gambling boyfriend Dec find themselves threatened with peril from the people Dec has cheated.
Jo-Anne (Annie) through her boyfriend Steven finds herself in the hands of much more dangerous crooks.
Can they survive and achieve safety and happiness?
Author Bio:
Gerry McCullough, born and brought up in North Belfast, is an award winning short story writer, with a distinguished reputation. She has had between forty and fifty short stories published, broadcast, or collected in anthologies. In 2005 her story Primroses won the Cuirt Award (Galway Arts Festival) and she has won, been short listed, and been commended in a number of other competitions since.
Gerry lives just outside Bangor, not too far from Belfast. She is married to singer-songwriter and radio presenter Raymond McCullough, and has four children.
Gerry says of Belfast Girls, her first full-length work of fiction,  “I’m over the moon to have Belfast Girls published!  I hope everyone will enjoy reading it, and I specially hope that it will help people to understand more about my country.” Author Blog.

Links to purchase:

In January 2012, The Seanachie: Tales of Old Seamus, a first collection of some of Gerry’s lighter short Stories, was published by Precious Oil Publications.



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