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**‘Beneath the Black Water’ by Jon Berry (features Patrick)**

Extract from chapter 22  ’A week on the Corrib

“Vic was there and we were sad to see him go. The success of our adventure had rested squarely upon the choice of ghillie, and we had been very fortunate in securing the services of Patrick Molloy. He had been more than a fisherman to us. He had been an alchemist.’” - Jon Berry

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