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Erin Moira O'Hara An Award Winning Author, Erin Moira O'Hara lives in the hills above Newcastle, Australia. She writes romantic fantasy and romantic suspense but always with a touch of comedy and is a member of the Romance Writers of Australia and Romance Writers of New Zealand. Her books include Precious Gems, The Kalista Diamond, The Knight of Castle Kildare, and An Irish Rose.

Nancy O'Hara has written books on Samu meditation. For more than twenty years she has lived and worked and loved in New York City.

Aidan O'Hara Broadcaster and writer, Aidan O'Hara, has worked as a presenter and producer with RTÉ (Raidió Telefís Éireann, Irish National Broadcaster) and CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), and now lives in County Longford. He is engaged in writing full-time (Eng. & Gaelic), but stays in touch with broadcasting through occasional contributions to Radio Telefís Éireann and Raidió na Gaeltachta.

Review of ‘Vincent O'Hara: The German Fleet at War, 1939-1945. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2004’ Details of Book: ISBN 1-59114-651-8 x + 308 Preface and Acknowledgments; photos; maps; tables; charts; graphs; Endnotes; Bibliography; Index Appendices: Equivalents, Abbreviations, and Definitions of Terms; Organization of the German Navy; Statistical Analysis. Reviewed 21 November 2004 by Stone & Stone.

Nancy O'Hara has written books on Samu meditation. For more than twenty years she has lived and worked and loved in New York City.

John Myers O'Hara (1870-1944): lawyer, stockbroker and writer of poetry, prose and literary translations Born into a wealthy family of Chicago in 1870, John O'Hara was educated and then practiced law in that city until he moved permanently to New York in his early thirties. He worked on Wall Street as a broker and although he and his whole family lost their fortunes in the 1929 crash and the subsequent depression, O'Hara continued not only to work in a brokerage house but carried on his life-long activity of writing and publishing poetry. Much of O'Hara's output was entirely his own, including volumes of sonnets and rather creative translations of Greek, Roman and French authors. He also produced poetical works purported to be translations of foreign literature but which actually were completely original works like Poems of Ming Wu (1941) and Xochicuicatl (1940) ... John Myers O'Hara Papers are preserved at the Newberry Library, Chicago.

Mary O'Hara (1885-1980) author of the three classics about the range country ‘My Friend Flicka’ (1941), ‘Thunderhead’ (1943), and ‘Green Grass of Wyoming’ (1946). was born Mary O'Hara Alsop on July 10, 1885, in Cape May Point, New Jersey, and was named after her maternal grandmother, Mary O'Hara Spring (nee Denny).

Jim O'Hara is joint author, with Roy Douglas, Liam Harte, of Drawing Conclusions A Cartoon History of Anglo-Irish Relations 1798-1998, Blackstaff Press, 1998.

Gwydion O'Hara: Photo, Biography & Books Gwydion O'Hara is dedicated to the research, study, and practice of ancient folkways that survive today. For more than twenty years, he has looked for the practices of the people of the land, wherever they could be found and in whatever aspect they would present themselves. His studies have brought him in contact with others who hold a common respect for the old ways, offering the opportunity to watch and work with different groups in both the United States and Canada. In his studies, he has pursued the areas of herbology, mythology, folklore, and folk magic. He gained recognition in New York and Toronto as a competent tarot reader and lectured on the subject for the Toronto Psychic Society.

Llewellyn Author Bio: Gwydion O'Hara His books include La magia de la aromaterapia: El uso de las esencias para la mente, el cuerpo y el espiritu and Pagan Ways: Finding Your Spirituality in Natu.

Craig O'Hara is author of The Philosophy of Punk: More Than Noise. A Speed Reader Review by Mary Walling Blackburn (October, 1999).

Monica O'Hara-Keeton This English author claims in her book I died on the Titanic that she perished aboard the ill-fated liner but has since been reincarnated.