Readers, anxiously looking forward to Andy Redican's second book of short stories, will be delighted to learn that the book, "Light on the Horizon" will be in the shops this weekend.
Once again, as in "Deeply Rooted" his first book of stories, the author's talent, as a storyteller, brings the activities to real life in his stories; the plot and storyline he embellishes by the drama he manages to infuse into his stories.
The readers, especially the younger ones, will be intrigued and enthralled by the happenings in many of the stories. They will, perhaps, be disbelieving that the stories recapture real events. Stories such as The Whooping Cough Cure, The Lone Bush, The Three Bicycles or Paint it Green in Belfast - an extraordinary event in 1980, at the height of the troubles in Northern Ireland. Now, in the Ireland of 2020 could you even imagine the happenings in Sunday Morning Mayhem?!