A very personal poetic glimpse into an Irish childhood by a writer of thriller novels. If you’ve watched Senator George Mitchell help to create the peace process in N. Ireland and if you’ve read Angela’s Ashes, then read Childhood Hills and follow the writer from boyhood in Ireland to life in America and back to Ireland again.
Pat Mullan, a native of Derry, Ireland, has lived in England, Canada and the USA. He spent two years with the US Army in Japan and Korea. Formerly a banker, he is a graduate of Northwestern University and the State University of New York where he studied creative writing.
He lives in Connemara, in the west of Ireland, with his Scottish wife Jean and their two young daughters. His novel, Of Conscious Evil, will be available soon on Amazon.co.uk. He is currently at work on a new novel, Who Killed Hammarskjold?
Pat Mullan's website: www.Athryhouse.com is under construction as this work goes to publication. Pat invites you to visit there from time to time. New poetry, new art and new writings will be available at the site. You will also find out where to buy his novels. Of Conscious Evil will be available soon on Amazon.co.uk. He plans to complete Who Killed Hammarskjold? within the next six months and the website will keep you informed about its progress from manuscript to published novel. Some of Pat Mullan's work has been published on the internet e-zines of the Dublin Writers Workshop; you can find him in a few of their Acorn e-zines at www.dublinwriters.org. You can also find him at another Irish literary site: www.scriobh.com
Pat welcomes correspondence from his readers. You can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org