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  • Irelandby Paul Johnson

    Chicago Review Press 2005; US$ 12.99

    Drawing from a wealth of historical and scholarly sources, Johnson traces the important social, religious and political development of Ireland's struggle to become a unified, settled country. Johnson describes with accurate detail Ireland's barbarous beginnings, Oliver Cromwell's religious "crusade," the tragic Irish potato famine, the Ulster resistance... more...

  • Escape from Baghdadby James Ashcroft

    Ebury Publishing 2009; US$ 11.11

    Gun-for-hire James 'Ash' Ashcroft thought he'd left Iraq behind. Last time he only got out alive thanks to the bravery of his interpreter and friend Sammy. But now a call for help means Ash must once again face the chaos of war-torn Baghdad - and this time there's no pay cheque. Abandoned by the occupying Coalition Forces, Sammy and his family face... more...

  • Outbreak: 1939by Terry Charman

    Ebury Publishing 2010; US$ 27.80

    11:15 am, 3 September 1939. The nation gathers around their radios to hear Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain make the announcement they have feared for months: Britain is at war with Germany. Seventy years on from that historic day, this is the definitive history of the build-up to, outbreak and first few months of World War Two, from the events... more...

  • 100 GAA Greatsby John Scally

    Mainstream Publishing 2011; US$ 18.05

    In 100 GAA Greats , John Scally celebrates the most significant players Gaelic games have brought us in their 125-year history. He selects those footballers, hurlers, managers and camogie players who have lit up Irish sport, becoming national treasures in the process, and highlights their remarkable skills. Amongst those included in this... more...

  • The GAAby John Scally

    Mainstream Publishing 2011; US$ 20.83

    For 125 years, the GAA has been a fixed point in a fast-changing age, and this oral history marks the125th anniversary of the Association. It is the story of the GAA as seen through the eyes of those key personalities who shaped it. Author Jon Scally has carried out over a hundred revealing interviews with players and managers who are... more...

  • The Graves are Walkingby John Kelly

    Faber & Faber 2012; US$ 13.11

    The Irish famine that began in 1845 was one of the nineteenth century's greatest disasters. By its end, the island's population of eight million had shrunk by a third through starvation, disease and emigration. This is a brilliant, compassionate retelling of that awful story for a new generation - the first account for the general reader for... more...

  • Close to the Next Momentby Jody Allen Randolph

    Carcanet Press Ltd. 2010; US$ 29.95

    A collection of interviews featuring Irish poets, artists, fiction writers, and playwrights, this record chronicles how these cultural leaders viewed their country in the first decade of the new millennium as economic collapse gathered pace and recurrent concerns gained a new urgency. Answering questions such as What are Irish values? How have they... more...

  • O'Brien Pocket History of Gaelic Sportby Eamonn Sweeney

    The O'Brien Press 2004; US$ 10.19

    A clear, concise and fascinating introduction to Gaelic sport, covering Gaelic football, hurling, camogie and handball. The two greatest finals, the All Ireland Hurling and Football finals, are the largest amateur events in the world, drawing huge crowds and bringing many parts of the country to a standstill. This book deals with the origins of these... more...

  • Ireland's Other Historyby Hector McDonnell

    The Lilliput Press 2012; US$ 14.57

    From the uncertain first dawn of human presence on the island, to the defeat of the old Gaelic order at Kinsale in 1602, Hector McDonnell chronicles the lost origins of Ireland?s ?otherness?. This scholarly take on Ireland?s past derives from our prehistoric connections deep within Europe, the Mediterranean and beyond a unique set of circumstances... more...

  • Shadowsby Alan Barker

    Mainstream Publishing 2012; US$ 11.11

    In the early hours of 30 April 2003, twelve armed and uniformed officers accompanied by four plain-clothes detectives burst into Alan Barker's house. They stayed for hours, turning over rooms, seizing documents, impounding computers, files and anything else that interested them. The family were treated as terrorist suspects, the operation resembling... more...