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Gu-Gu-Geoghegan — Chapter 24 of 32

“At last,” said Senán out loud. “Yippee!” He took off his coat and walked from the kitchenette to his living room-cum-bedroom. “Getting warm in here as well. Brill.” It was Sunday, three days after Christmas. A cold snap had gripped … Continue reading

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Gu-Gu-Geogheghan — Chapter 23 of 32

In spite of a festive atmosphere in Francie’s so thick it could have been cut with a knife, Senán did not feel at all Christmassy that Tuesday night. The Christmas songs on rotation over the shop’s PA may as well … Continue reading

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Gu-Gu-Geoghegan — Chaper 21 of 32

Senán’s phone vibrated and gave a little ping. He looked aside his computer and saw Trish’s name lit up on his phone. The message read: “He’s left in his Noddymobile. Good luck.” Senán smiled at Trish’s little joke, thinking that … Continue reading

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Gu-Gu-Geoghegan — Chapter 20 of 32

Dazzlers nightclub was notorious in the city, its name synonymous with middle-aged desperation and marital infidelity. Rarely did anyone under thirty go there, and if they did it was for a stag or hen party, where the usual stigma of … Continue reading

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Gu-Gu-Geoghegan — Chapter 19 of 32

Máire Ní Mhainnín, said Luke to himself. He liked the sound of the name. Exotic. Gaelic. Like the name of a heroine from the old Irish myths and sagas the teachers had read them in primary school. It suited her: … Continue reading

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