Frogs and Snails and Old Dog's Tales by Frank Murney
Short Stories from Ireland A Children's Book for Adults

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"Red Morgan, Po Hillen, and the gang are reaching the end of their school days. The now infamous class of 3C is about to be released on an unsuspecting world. They may be older, but their exploits continue to be as crazy as ever in the 1960s and 1970s.

In this third book in the series, Anto Falsoni continues to act as the bookie for the many schemes the gang dreams up—and somehow always comes out on the winning side. After interviews during the school year, most of the gang is recruited to complete a three-month course in Dublin with a company intending to open a factory in Newry. Living together in the big city leads to many hilarious situations both at work and at home. Their adventures, if anything, rival their school days.

It was just a short time ago when the boys would only talk about football; now the conversation has turned to plans of purchasing engagement rings. Even at this stage of their lives, the banter and teasing never stops as they move through life at a breathtaking pace that embraced chaos with what appeared to be a natural ethos."

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Published August 11, 2011 by Trafford. 256 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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