Lost, Found, Remembered
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When she was twenty, she felt that she could no longer hide her sexuality from her mother, with whom she lived for most of her life; they were devoted to each other. Lyra’s mother, Joan McKee, said: “The trauma of Lyra’s murder has had untold catastrophic consequences for myself and my family.
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I realised that love isn’t just what you feel, it’s what you do when everything is falling apart and the person you love needs you,” she wrote. Still, the most fucked-up story I ever heard about The Troubles never featured in Lost Lives nor did it ever land on the desk of a cold case detective, even though it had led to death by suicide of at least a few young men.I can confirm that myself, Excalibur Press and The Merlin Project have also instructed solicitors in this matter. McKee, 29, one of Northern Ireland’s most promising young journalists, was shot dead as she observed rioting in the Creggan area on 18 April 2019. Even beyond that, it shook up what I thought I knew about life in Northern Ireland and what it meant to live in Belfast.
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In a video statement that she made to introduce herself in the role, she spoke about how journalism was becoming more collaborative.
It was still standing, a large, white-washed house perched on the corner of the North Road in East Belfast – deep in Van Morrison territory, close to streets he had written songs about. An exclusive extract from Angels with Blue Faces, which is available now from Excalibur Press, is published in today's Irish Times.