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Review: Inferno by Casey Hill #CSIReillySteel #IrishPoliceProcedural

“The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis.” – Dante Alighieri – The Comedy

I have found myself a little jewel in an author who has been around for a while, but I hadn’t had the good fortune to come across previously. 375 more words

Strong Women Characters

Minion Toy Called "Security Threat" By Airport

This story will have you shaking your head on this Monday Morning:

A family in Dublin, Ireland had their toddler’s “Minion Fart Blaster Gun” confiscated for posing a “security threat.” A spokesperson for Dublin Airport said that toy guns and replica guns are prohibited items, and encouraged the parents to double-check the prohibited items list before traveling… 52 more words


Day 8: A Surprising Ending to a Great Trip!

We woke up on our last day in Ireland, day 8, and ate the breakfast that Val cooked for us. Unlike the other hotels and B&Bs we stayed at, where we chose from a menu, at this one we ate what she was cooking that morning and that’s probably what her and Tom had too. 2,296 more words


GRAFTON STREET - Dublin, Ireland - 1998

Grafton Street is the main shopping street in downtown Dublin.  It is closed to vehicles and is generally very busy at most times of the year.


Craft beer in Ireland: Visit these 5 Irish pubs and sample the best of a blossoming craft beer scene

With all due respect to Guinness, you can enjoy a pint of the stuff in more than 120 countries; so if you’re in Ireland, try seeking out craft beer for a taste of something special that you can’t get anywhere else. 772 more words


Downtown Dublin, Ireland - 1998

The car with GARDA on top is a police car…the Irish word for police.