The Troubles

"The Troubles " the story is set in Belfast and the North East in 1969.
Seamus Webster and his family flee the riots in Belfast and come to live on Barnstaple Road in North Shields - where he takes up work as a crane driver in Smith's Docks his wife Annie finds a job in the Co-op in Whitley Bay - Seamus is good at DIY and gets lots of work decorating or fitting out new kitchens for people. His father Michael is serving a very long sentence when he is implicated in a
bombing of an army base- his skills as a bomb maker have been passed down to his oldest son and Stephen Mcgill is on the look -out for him as a bombing campaign has begun on mainland Britain. Newcastle has been chosen as the target - can Seamus avoid getting mixed up in this. Read what happens in this tense thriller.

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“Alright you asked for it.’

The two lads went to the toilet and stood in the urinal. Liam whipped his out and smiled as a hot jet of fluid poured out. Then he looked over at his friend and he nearly pissed himself. “Is that thing real?’

“All mine buddy.’

“Jesus I’ve never seen a cock as big as that in all my life.’

“Feckin’ lightweight did you call me; I think you need to get some weights on the end of your dick.’

The two lads laughed as they zipped up their pants and then went back into the hall.

“I think I know what those girls were talkin’ about now.’

“Well it wasn’t about my devilishly good looks said Liam; that poor lass must have got the shock of her feckin’ life.’

To be honest I didn’t think I was going to get it in her she was so small like.’

“Hey if a woman can get a babies head out of there then there’s no problem.’

 “What are we doing then, are we doing one or hanging around?’

“Let go; I’ve had enough for one night.’

“We could call in at the Hunters house my sister Brenda is babysitting and her friend isn’t bad looking.’

How old is she?’

Old enough; 17 nearly.’

Alright then let’s go.’ They might make us a bite to eat.’

“I wasn’t thinking about my stomach.’

“You’re a randy old Irish goat.’

They ran up the road past the farm and then onto Barnstaple Road. Liam knocked on the door as quietly as he could.

Brenda answered “what would you two be wantin’ then.’

“A cup of tea would be nice said Liam.’

“You’d better be coming in then.’

“Was the dance not to your liking then?’

Aye but we were a bit hungry and we thought that the Hunters always leave you something to scran so here we are.’

This is Janice Porterfield my friend.’

“Hello said Liam as he gave her his best smile.’

“Janice face reddened as she spoke.’ Hello Liam; Brenda has told me so much about you.’

“All good then I hope.’

“Is there a bad side to you then?’

“Oh I’ve been called a little devil a few times now; by my mother especially.’

“Why is that?’

“Because you see Janice; I’m a wild Irish rover in every sense of the word.’

“Will you stop teasin’ my friend here?’ There’s a ham and cheese sandwich each and some crisps said Brenda.’

Liam took the plates and handed one to Danny he then threw a bag of cheese and onion crisps at him.’

“Have you put on the kettle then?’

“Yes I have; give it a chance to brew will you.’

“Alright,’ I was only askin’ that is all.’

Danny got into a conversation with Brenda and she found out that his favourite subject was biology. Brenda told him about her plans to go onto university to become a doctor.’

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