Books by Redmond O’Hanlon

TRAWLER by Redmond O’Hanlon
Released: Jan. 1, 2005

"A not-so-long but certainly very strange trip, with all the dark radiance and queer humor of this author's earlier work. "
More hard travel to the underside of natural history from O'Hanlon (No Mercy, 1997, etc.), who boards a trawler headed for bad weather and finds as well a feast of weird sea creatures—not to mention the semi-madness of the sleep-deprived. Read full book review >
Released: March 24, 1997

"While some readers might wish O'Hanlon had controlled his more outrÇ rumblings, this is definitely a trip worth taking. (drawings, 3 maps, and 24 pages of photos, not seen)"
Beset by bedbugs, tsetse flies, venal sorcerers, and nettlesome Marxist functionaries, O'Hanlon (In Trouble Again, 1989, etc.) journeys far upriver in the Congo to discover the truth about a prehistoric beast rumored to live deep within the forest. Read full book review >