With a Little Bit of Blood by D.E. IrelandIn the fourth book from the Agatha Award nominated writing team of D.E. Ireland, famous literary characters Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins find they may have brought trouble with them when they attend a country house party in With A Little Bit of Blood.
Eliza is not happy when Higgins buys a snazzy roadster. Her misgivings prove correct when he becomes injured in a motor car crash. Forced to play nursemaid, Eliza is thrilled to accept an invitation to a house party from Lord Ashmore and his bride, the former Clara Eynsford-Hill. But upon their arrival at Banfield Manor, Eliza is dismayed to see her sweetheart Freddy arm in arm with a beautiful actress. Higgins is shocked to learn the woman who once stalked him is also attending the party. Things grow even worse when spiritualist Madame Evangeline arrives and warns of impending danger. Her prediction comes true when someone is killed during the following days shoot in the forest.
Higgins and Eliza suspect it wasnt an accident, but murder. Every guest hides a dark secret that involved the dead man. But who hated him more? The French aviator, the American cinema actress, a lady novelist, the Austrian count, or a knighted explorer of the Amazon? Madame Evangelines seance may reveal what is really going on. But her cryptic words deepen the mystery, especially after another guest turns up dead.
Who is behind these murders? And has Higgins himself been targeted? As the day of the fox hunt begins, it seems likely that more than the fox will die. Before that happens, Eliza and the Professor must discover who may have a little bit of blood on their hands.
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A Little Bit of Ireland - Mullins Irish Bar
I have never been to Ireland, or Britain for that matter, but I imagine that this is what the village pub would be like in a small Irish town. Busy, full of laughter, cool drinks, and good food. What more needs to be said? Having completed a stop at a local business, I spied the "Mullins" signboard, with a mention of Guinness. It was windy outside, dust and debris from construction sites were blowing about, so no further excuse was needed for a pint.
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I have been to many productions the Regal Players have done and they are always fabulous. It was awesome in every respect. The singing, the fabulous Irish step dancers world class , the Great show. Very High quality. Dancers are spectacular.
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Went for lunch on a Saturday and had the bangers and mash. Great music and excellent service. They have live music and seating upstairs and on the main floor. Went to black rose for a nightcap and as soon as 11pm hit the band took the stage! The drinks were cold and crisp great way to end the night after a long day of walking. Live Irish music was great. Service was great, checked in on us often.
Patrick's Day in Songs by the Irish-born composer Victor Herbert were added to the expanded CD,  as was a segment featuring Irish tenor John McCormack together with other Irish-themed songs by Crosby from his various radio series. During personal discussions over several years which culminated in early , Bing Crosby agreed to work with Irish entrepreneur George O'Reilly in the making of a television show in Ireland featuring Irish artists, music, and songs. The recording of this hour-long show was scheduled for a week in September and four locations were chosen for the outside filming. The second main segment was filmed on the stage of the world-famous Abbey Theatre in Dublin with The Little Dublin Singers, and the final segment was filmed amongst the keeves and vats at the Guinness Brewery in James's Street, Dublin with the Guinness Choir. Bing added his voice at the Eamonn Andrews Studios in Henry Street and also contributed some items live on location during the actual filming.