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  • Killarney to Valentia Island – The Iveragh Peninsula: A Walking Guideby Adrian Hendroff

    The Collins Press 2015; US$ 11.99

    The Iveragh Peninsula, the largest in southwest Ireland, stretches from Killarney to Bolus Head and attracts thousands of visitors annually. The Ring of Kerry coastal road winds along its fringes and sandstone peaks soar high above. It is a landscape of raw and stunning beauty from the lakes that fill the corries to the spectacular cliff scenery along... more...

  • Northern Ireland: A Walking Guideby Helen Fairbairn; Gareth McCormack

    The Collins Press 2014; US$ 11.99

    This revised guide presents top-class walking routes in Northern Ireland. From rugged mountain peaks to spectacular coastal scenery, from challenging hill walks to shorter woodland and waterside excursions, there is something for everyone. Every part of the region is covered, from the mountains of Mourne to the Giant’s Causeway, from Fermanagh’s ‘lake... more...

  • Burnt Barleyby Peta Mathias

    Penguin Random House New Zealand 2016; US$ 16.85

    Winner of Best Literary Food Writing (in English) category at the World Cookbook Fair, this is a lively journey discovering Ireland's food, people and music. If Peta hadn't known of her Irish ancestry, her love of potatoes would have betrayed it. Peta always connects with a place through its food, and in visiting the country of her forebears she... more...

  • Cycling Munster: Great Road Routesby Dan MacCarthy

    The Collins Press 2016; US$ 11.99

    With routes spanning the province, this guidebook is all you need to explore the highways and byways of Munster – on two wheels. Each route is prefaced with summary information and illustrated with a custom-drawn map and gradient graph. Routes are arranged by difficulty, from the gentlest, shortest circuits in Cork, through Tipperary, Limerick and... more...

  • Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way: A Walking Guideby Helen Fairbairn; Gareth McCormack

    The Collins Press 2016; US$ 11.99

    The Wild Atlantic Way follows the magnificent west coast of Ireland, passing golden beaches, thrusting headlands and soaring sea cliffs. Renowned walking-guide author Helen Fairbairn explores the best walking routes of the region, recommending trips to uninhabited islands, coastal mountains and much more. Routes vary from two to six hours, and are... more...

  • Manhattan to West Cork: Alice's Adventures in Irelandby Alice Carey

    The Collins Press 2016; US$ 11.99

    As a young girl Alice Carey came to realise that ‘home’ can mean different things. The only child of Irish immigrants to New York in search of a better life, her isolated and sometimes violent childhood was transformed when her mother started working as maid to legendary Broadway producer Jean Dalrymple. In Miss D.’s elegant Park Avenue town house,... more...

  • Sad Bastardby Hugo Hamilton

    Oldcastle Books 2017; US$ 7.99

    Garda Pat Coyne - aka 'Mr Suicide' is back. Injured in the line of duty, he is now out of work with too much time on his hands. Living alone, he's become more obsessive and volatile, developing a fetish for women's knickers. When a body washes up on the docks, the prime suspect is none other than the former Garda's son, Jimmy. Like father like son,... more...

  • Cycling Kerry: Great Road Routesby Donnacha Clifford; David Elton

    The Collins Press 2017; US$ 9.99

    With some of Ireland’s most beautiful and untamed scenery, 400km of rugged coastline and enticingly peaceful roads, what better way to explore County Kerry than by bike? These scenic cycles will guide you along popular routes and bring you to hidden gems. In a county famous for its climbs, some of the country’s most spectacular ascents, summit views... more...

  • Dingle and its Hinterland: People, Places and Heritageby Felicity Hayes-McCoy; Wilf Judd

    The Collins Press 2017; US$ 9.99

    The western Dingle Peninsula, at the edge of Europe, is one of Ireland’s most remote regions. For millennia, it has also been a hub for foreign visitors: its position made it a medieval centre for traders, and the wildness of its rugged landscape has been the setting for spiritual pilgrimage. This seeming paradox is what makes Dingle and its western... more...

  • Scrambles in Ulster and Connacht: Great Scrambling Routesby Alan Tees

    The Collins Press 2017; US$ 9.99

    Scrambling is a hands-on sport and, without the stop-start of rock climbing, the joy of it can be appreciated more freely. Here, Alan Tees guides mountaineers to exhilarating scrambles in some of the most beautiful parts of the country. All abilities are catered for in these graded routes, from straightforward scrambles to serious routes where the... more...