‘In 1985, I went to live on the other side of the peace line. Everyone said my head was cut.’
Challenge enough you might think, but it’s also a requirement of the job that Tony, a Protestant from the Shankill Road, and his wife Lesley live in the local community.
As the realities of life in a working-class republican community start to hit home, Tony’s idealism and faith are pushed to the limit. Inspiring, heart-breaking and often laugh-out-loud funny, this is the story of how one couple kept the faith in a little house on the peace line.
Tony Macaulay has spent more than 30 years working for peace and reconciliation both here and abroad. He is also a writer and broadcaster, and his first three books, Paperboy, Breadboy and All Growed Up, were critically acclaimed bestsellers.
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Paperback £9.99 €12.99
Publication date 8th June 2017