Brian O’Raleigh was born to Irish parents in Blackpool, UK. After a troubled childhood, recounted in a memoir, Waiting for Walter, he fled to Australia at the age of seventeen and worked in the outback on cattle stations and mining sites. Later, after coming to terms with his own alcoholism he studied psychology and began writing books, five to date. He now lives between Ireland, Australia, and the Island of Bali, where he has built a home in the hills for himself, his wife, Kadek, an Irish Wolfhound called Cuchullain, and two spoilt cats whose names he cannot pronounce.
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Passage to Inis Mór: Could a Legend Save a Life?
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