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Haunted by his mother’s passing Connor Cunningham, at 23 years old, didn’t plan a motorcycle adventure, well, not in the rational sense, or with any common sense. He just took off on his old motorcycle with a change of clothes and a comb in his back pocket and left behind a home and farm that he loved and an iffy step-mother that his father adored. But from the lessons of travel and self-dependency comes a rare form of maturity.
One sincere intention of this book is to give non-motorcyclists an insight to the lure of motorcycling. However, this is also a deeply human story about real people as you join an obsessive-compulsive religiously neutral motorcyclist, a.k.a. an Atheist, and the quirky nature of his companion an Artist. This book cannot disappoint.
Uno Barons, a private eye and disgraced cop, is about to hit the big time, but may not survive the experience. Staged in 1983, Dublin, Ireland this engaging novel is a roller-coaster ride. Steeped in intrigue, loyalty, death and deceit. O’ Neill’s readership have demanded a sequel. Read why.
This non-fiction snapshot occurred in a United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Somalia. During 1994, O’ Neill, an experienced Humanitarian Worker, was immersed in the paradox of Somalia. His resulting diary provides a fascinating insight into the everyday operations of a Peacekeeping Mission, and a voyage of self-discovery and reaffirmation.
Writing with an engaging fluency and humor this collections of short stories is the perfect travel companion. The author, in the best Irish tradition is both poetic and engaging. Whether humorous, sad or courting fantasy, O’ Neill’s descriptions paint wonderful pictures as he takes you with him on his travels and thoughts.
This book contains explicit adult short stories. It focuses on eroticism for pleasure, as opposed to romance and covers a broad spectrum of sexual activity. Some may find certain stories less appealing than other, and if you’re a puritan this book is unlikely to please.