After the success of his first book Between The Three BridgesA", P. J. now takes you through the next seven years. His short four month spell at St John the Baptist School, where his love for sports was not matched by his ability to play. His first job as a messenger boy during the harsh winter of 1963, when the river Shannon froze over. A job he hated but hated school more. His time spent at the Standard garage in Thomas Street, where he earned more money than the Manager. The happy home until it all fell apart. Be prepared to shed a tear or two and have another good laugh. Introduction It took P.J six years to write 'Between the Three Bridges' it was he says, 'the best thing I ever done'. People enjoyed it so much I had letters and e-mails from all over the world with expressions of tears and laughter and left me feeling I did the right thing recording my childhood years. P.J has the bug now and after twelve months has brought you the next episode, let him tell you what went on at 36 Claughan Court, Garryowen, Limerick. The relationship he had with his mother. The mischief his father Harry got up to when he was on the dry, his first car and how hard he worked to make the eighty pounds to buy it, how he met his wife Mary who lived just around the corner and his heart breaking account of losing his mother, if you enjoyed Between the Three Bridges, then you'll love this. John Prendergast of Limerick's Live 95FM
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