Deborah Donnelly is a renowned Irish artist who has published several children’s books. She has studied art and worked extremely hard her entire life. She owned the biggest gallery in Ireland and last year has learnt to fail on a grand scale. She lost her family home and, in this book, she writes about the corrupt banking measures and how the vulture funds target families and take away everything that makes us human.
Deborah exhibits with many galleries and is in many collections around the world. You might know her from working on Gary Rhodes Dublin restaurant and her NY show in the Whistler House Museum. Although personally very quiet, her book shouts out.
The Survival Guide of Losing Your Home to a Vulture Fund
This book delves into the poignant themes of loss and grief, transcending its setting of a bank. It’s a narrative about the relentless pursuit of a debt collector, a story of harassment and vulnerability. A family is abruptly given 72 hours to vacate their home, forced to abandon everything famili...