Rosslare lifeboat crew has high hopes book will be best seller

David Tucker

Published 07/07/2015 | 00:00

James Ryan, Bernie Mullen, Pat Busher, Pat Sheil (Ray's uncle), Cllr Denis Foley, vice chairman of the Municipal District of Borris and Bagenalstown, Shane Kavanagh, Debbie Aherne, Enda Murphy and Jim Aherne; front, Michael Ferguson, Dave Maloney, Keith Miller, Ray, John Boyce and Keith Morris.
James Ryan, Bernie Mullen, Pat Busher, Pat Sheil (Ray's uncle), Cllr Denis Foley, vice chairman of the Municipal District of Borris and Bagenalstown, Shane Kavanagh, Debbie Aherne, Enda Murphy and Jim Aherne; front, Michael Ferguson, Dave Maloney, Keith Miller, Ray, John Boyce and Keith Morris.

THE RNLI in Rosslare is hoping that Ray Keane's new book is a best seller.

Because author Ray, who lives in Killarney, says he will donate €2 from every sale of his new book 'The Dealership' to the Rosslare RNLI.

Carlow-native Ray once lived in Rosslare Strand and was a client of the Redmonds at the Bay Public House, who are keen supporters of all things lifeboat.

'The Dealership' tells of a young Wexford man who serves his time in the valeting business.

He is hard working but not totally honest. He wants to succeed and will do anything to reach his goals. Now he is an authorised car dealer.. he gets his own dealership! The Celtic Tiger roams the country.. property, shares what could possibly go wrong? He moves to Florida USA to escape the heat in Ireland.. he is living The American Dream.'

The book can be purchased in Selskar bookshop and The Bookcentre, and other outlets as well as at the www.eprint.ie bookstore

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