The Mango War: And Other Stories

Acutely observed, and often comic, Martin Malone s stories chart the hidden and darker currents beneath everyday, seemingly ordinary, family life An Irish soldier who brings his Middle East tour of duty home with him, a car park attendant who ponders all that he witnesses, two sisters who have always shared everything, and a father and son trapped in a tragic aftermath arAcutely observed, and often comic, Martin Malone s stories chart the hidden and darker currents beneath everyday, seemingly ordinary, family life An Irish soldier who brings his Middle East tour of duty home with him, a car park attendant who ponders all that he witnesses, two sisters who have always shared everything, and a father and son trapped in a tragic aftermath are some of the deftly realised characters who memorably people these powerful tales of love, loss and betrayal Cleanly written, and displaying a true gift for dialogue, The Mango War and Other Stories is a collection to be reckoned with Praise for Martin Malone s fiction A brutal story, brilliantly told Alan Sillitoe Superb and beautifully written BBC Radio 4 A major new Irish voice RTE Radio 1
The Mango War And Other Stories Acutely observed and often comic Martin Malone s stories chart the hidden and darker currents beneath everyday seemingly ordinary family life An Irish soldier who brings his Middle East tour of du

  • Title: The Mango War: And Other Stories
  • Author: Martin Malone
  • ISBN: 9781848400351
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Paperback
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