NSA - CoverNSA is the satire for our time…Welcome to 2017, where the United States is suffering a thin-skinned popularity-obsessed President and a sluggish economy. (Though this is a work of fiction, it just happens to be an astonishingly prescient one.)

The USA’s woes are nothing, however, compared to those of the NSA, the nation’s surveillance specialists. Senator Carolyn Bigsley, a one-woman force of nature, is on the cusp of shuttering the rudderless intelligence agency for good.

Until General Whiteley is appointed NSA Director, just as a series of terror attacks led by bearded men suddenly rocks the nation, and that’s when things start to get a little crazy. Everyone’s involved: the Amish, hipsters, wild-eyed Irishmen, lizard people, something called the Mirror, and – worst of all – the CIA.

This scathing satire of governance and modern media is the book you need to read this year. Go ahead, try a little now…

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The Holiest Bible Ever: Being God - CoverThe Holiest Bible Ever is… well, if not the Holiest per se, certainly it’s the funniest, and who doesn’t need a laugh these days? Much mirth in store here, as God battles with his greatest creation, Man – the most dastardly blend of cunning and idiocy.

All the famed brother-killers and cousin-lovers are here, not to mention the truth of Sodom & Gomorrah, how the Tower of Babel really met its end, and the hilarious running battle of wits between Moses and Pharaoh.

Free indulgence offered with purchase of this book (while stocks last).


YarnsYarns follows the lives of honest hard-working folk out West. There’s coffin-switching, squirrel-catching, nakedness, ham-fisted thievery, confession boxes, club lotto-rigging, and more. Much more. A Guide to Tracing, essential reading before entering the land of the natives.

If you enjoy an odd chuckle and a bit of blaggarding, this is just the book for you.


Thumbprints - CoverThumbprints is Lou Shalloo’s first foray into the published world. A series of profound short stories set in modern metropolitan Ireland that draw the reader into the protagonists’ world like nothing we’ve read in the longest time.

A happily-married woman indulges dreams of Declan Lynch. A young man clumsily recalls the rules to dating. A petty thief faces down an unexpected moral choice. A housewife deals with the unseen traps of a loving relationship.


Further books are in the pipeline from others amongst the West Clare Writers Collective. Details and updates to follow in due course.

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