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Saidie Patterson, Irish Peacemaker book. He served for many years in the old Stormont Parliament and was the first Labour Member of a Northern Ireland Government when he became Minister of Community Relations in 1971. He was elected to the new Assembly in 1973. He is also well known in the Irish peace movement. He is author of Peace in Ulster David Bleakley first entered politics in 1949 as a Labour politician.
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The Black Book is a stand-alone thriller novel by James Patterson and David Ellis. This novel goes back and forth between present events involving Chicago detective Billy Harney and past events involving him. The novel starts with three people being found dead in an apartment (Billy, Billy's partner Detective Kate Fenton and Assistant District Attorney Amy Lentini). Billy's father, the chief of detectives, and his sister, Patty (also a detective), are ushered into this horrific crime scene.
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Sarah 'Saidie’ Patterson was born on 5 November 1904 to William, a blacksmith, and Sarah Patterson (neé McKinley Moore). She was the second of three children born to the couple, and the young Methodist family lived in the Shankill area of Belfast, Northern Ireland.
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The Right Hon. David Wylie Bleakley CBE (11 January 1925 – 26 June 2017) was a politician and peace campaigner in Northern Ireland. Born in the Strandtown district of Belfast, Bleakley worked as an electrician in the Harland and Wolff dockyards while becoming increasingly active in his trade union. He studied economics at Ruskin College in Oxford, where he struck up a friendship with C. S. Lewis about whom he later wrote a centenary memoir. He later attended Queen's University, Belfast.
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