Tag: Books

The Loss of 21 Fishermen and a Miracle of One + Free Download Books

One of the fishermen feared dead when a Spanish fishing vessel sank off the Newfoundland coast earlier this week was the sole survivor of another maritime tragedy in Galway Bay over two decades ago. In October 2000, Ricardo Arias Garcia, a native of Marin in Spain, was plucked from the Skerd Rocks in outer Galway Bay by the Irish Coast Guard helicopter operating from Shannon.

Mike Walsh Broadcasting Hits International Air Waves

BREAKING: Michael Walsh, veteran White-Rights Activists as a rebel-writer and censored author finds less time to broadcast during each frenetic day’s activism. However, he never misses an opportunity to bring his international supporter base up to the minute with his news and views ~ and importantly his predictions for the emerging year. If you prefer being clued up to screwed up then listen up to the Michael Walsh Broadcasting Network at work rest or play. 

Badass of the Bush Wars + Free Download Book

What is pseudo-terrorism? It is like terrorism, except, instead of being a terrorist; you just pretend to be a terrorist. That makes it much easier to kill the people you consider to be terrorists. You dress up like them. You adopt their call-signs. You lure them into ambushes. You wipe them out.

THE STIGMA ENIGMA + Free Download book

MICHAEL WALSH to date has published over 70 books and novels. Now, for the second time the acclaimed writer ventures into the world of city vigilantism. Spurred on by the success of A Leopard in Liverpool published 2018 on Amazon and lulu.com he has now had re-published The Stigma Enigma.

THE PHANTOM OF OPHELIA + Free Download Book

BOOK REVIEW: Penned by Amazon-banned award-winning novelist Michael Walsh THE PHANTOM OF OPHELIA holds the distinction of being a tale of fiction based on real life. In fact, the experiences and settings in which these supernatural incidents took place are still in evidence. Sunnyside Manor in Liverpool is still a residence.  Widdecombe Manor situated in the bleak moors of Dartmoor in quixotic England is today a guest house.