The Undiscovered Country

By Aidan McQuade

'Why should people care about a murder during war time?' Two men attempt to solve the killing of a young boy during the Irish War of Independence in 1920.

Thursday, 3 May 2018

Getting there: The Undiscovered Country reaches 70% funding

Dear All

I just wanted to send you all a note to say that I’ve reached the next big milestone on the road to publication of The Undiscovered Country, and finally passed the 70% threshold. Lore in Unbound, as I’ve mentioned before, is that all books which pass this threshold get published, which is enormously encouraging, but still a little way to go before we see it coming hot off the presses. So if you could all please continue to share this project amongst your family and friends, and pester anyone who might be interested to please make a pledge to help get to the final 100% mark.

But before all that I just wanted to take this moment to say the most profound of thanks to all of you who have subscribed to this project up until now. Your encouragement and support overwhelms me and I find it difficult to find the words to express the depth of my appreciation. 

Thank you all, and I now hope to soon be able to share with you my dark tale of war, murder, and moral philosophy down the pub.

Keep safe all


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