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    Publisher: Sandstone Press

    An Creanaiche

    £7.99
    A new twist in a the infamous conspiracy theory surrounding the Kennedy assassination.
    ISBN: 9781910124789
    AuthorRoddy MacLean
    Pub Date03/08/2015
    BindingPaperback
    Pages90
    Availability: In Stock

    It's the kind of story no journalist can ignore, and Roddy Maclean is intrigued by Mairi NicEachairne's claim that she knew Lee Harvey Oswald and had to flee the States and change her identity to escape JFK's enemies. But does Mairi's account stand up, and why has she waited so long to prove Oswald's innocence? Gaelic text: Cha gabh stoiridh mar seo a sheachnadh, is tha Ruairidh MacIlleathain air a bheo ghlacadh leis an sgeul a th' aig Mairi NicEachairne mu Lee Harvey Oswald, murt JFK, is mar a theich i fhein as na Staitean. Ach an gabh earbsa a chur sa chunntas aice, agus nan robh Oswald neo-chiontach carson a tha i air a bhith samhach cho fada? Lasag's series of Gaelic readers offers young adults a range of engaging, easy-to-read fiction, with English chapter summaries and glossaries to assist Gaelic learners.

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    It's the kind of story no journalist can ignore, and Roddy Maclean is intrigued by Mairi NicEachairne's claim that she knew Lee Harvey Oswald and had to flee the States and change her identity to escape JFK's enemies. But does Mairi's account stand up, and why has she waited so long to prove Oswald's innocence? Gaelic text: Cha gabh stoiridh mar seo a sheachnadh, is tha Ruairidh MacIlleathain air a bheo ghlacadh leis an sgeul a th' aig Mairi NicEachairne mu Lee Harvey Oswald, murt JFK, is mar a theich i fhein as na Staitean. Ach an gabh earbsa a chur sa chunntas aice, agus nan robh Oswald neo-chiontach carson a tha i air a bhith samhach cho fada? Lasag's series of Gaelic readers offers young adults a range of engaging, easy-to-read fiction, with English chapter summaries and glossaries to assist Gaelic learners.