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By: Sean Sheridan

A Mother's Tale

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Sean Sheridan was born into a poor Irish family in the North of Ireland but was destined to travel. His adult life was spent in the world of investment management in the City of London and Luxembourg, a far cry from his native roots. This is a story about growing up in poverty in a strict Catholic environment during the Troubles where priests, poverty and the police were never too far away. It is also a salute to an indomitable mother who overcame so many challenges and setbacks in life and to those whose lives she touched and enhanced. This is the first of, hopefully, many novels and he is currently working on a play about the ritual of Wakes in rural Donegal in the ’70s that he hopes will make it to the London stage in the near future.

Sean Sheridan was born in Omagh, a small country town in Northern Ireland, and was educated locally by the Christian Brothers. He lived in London from the age of 19 and worked initially in the fund management industry and later in global banking with RBS and HSBC. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments but his first job upon arriving in London was that of a stripper’s assistant in a North London pub, a role that never appeared on his CV.

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