Special Book Offer: The Steam Catcher by Jim O’Sullivan

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The publisher of Jim O’Sullivan’s first novel, The Steam Catcher, Rymour books, is happy to offer W.E. Irish members for £10 per copy (including free post and delivery).

Simply email [email protected] with the title “W.E. Irish – Offer” Rymour will do the rest! 

GLOUCESTER, 1915. Haunted by his father’s madness, Tom Casey flees home after being falsely accused of murder. He survives the First World War and the Irish War for Independence. But survival demands a heavy price: the loss of his beloved family and everything he was raised to believe in. Now an amoral drifter caught up in the violent, seedy underworld of 1920s Europe, Tom falls under the spell of Matilde, a brilliant, beautiful bank robber. To find love, hope and a sense of belonging he must run again, fight and even kill. 

The Steam Catcher is the first novel by Jim O’Sullivan. He is of Irish descent and was born in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. The Steam Catcher draws on the proud, often overlooked history of the Irish community in Britain to examine how class and identity shapes and fractures our lives. If you wish to purchase the book, please click here.