Paul Kilduff flies eastwards on a low fares journey to discover the countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
Fortunately still allowed to fly on Europe's lowest airline, he unfolds the former Iron Curtain to reveal our fellow New Europeans. He meets the Latvian politician who refers to Ruinair passengers as `savages'; he searches for a second vowel in Brno; he learns there is more to Gdansk than a shipyard wall; he finds beauty in Bratislava and he endures Romania's very own low fares airline. And what does Ruinair's Chief Executive, Michael O'Leary, think of Kilduff's first book? `I heard it should be in the fiction list but keep up the good work. Fly Ruinair. Best wishes, Mick.' Praise for Ruinair 'Humorous, witty and evocative...every bit as good as McCarthy's bar' Evening Echo 'Our view of thebooks that have been published to date is one of total indifference' A Ruinair Spokesman 'I hope we will have the pleasure of welcoming you on many more low cost, on-time flights and that you will continue with your wonderful writing, which helps keep us entertained and spreads the gospel of our lowest fares across Europe' Ruinair Customer Service Department
Paul Kilduff is the author of four previously published financial thrillers. He is also the author of The Little Book of Mick and of the runaway bestseller Ruinair.

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