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Gangland

by Paul Williams

Number 1 Bestseller Paul Williams is Ireland's No. 1 award-winning crime reporter, famed for exposing the ruthless gangsters behind Irish crime. In Gangland! he investigates who is pulling the strings behind...


Death in December

by Michael Sheridan

On 23 December 1996, the body of Sophie Toscan du Plantier was discovered outside her remote holiday cottage near Schull in West Cork. The attack had been savage and merciless. The murder caused shock waves...


Enemy of the Empire

by Eamon Maguire & Eamon McGuire

Written in prison in South Africa, Ireland and the United States, Enemy of the Empire was originally a device for keeping sane in a situation of extreme boredom and oppression. A trained aviation engineer, up-to-date...


Looking Under Stones

by Joe O'Toole

This is not a story of me, but of me and mine, of my place and theirs, of places north, south, east and west in Ireland, but particularly of home life in Dingle and holidays in Galway, and of the times and traditions...


His Wicked Embrace

by Adrienne Basso

ONE KISS IS ALL IT TAKES

Damien St. Lawrence, the eighth Earl of Sanders, couldn't believe his eyes. Though the woman standing before him bore a striking resemblance to his late wife, it was her familiar violet...


A Spy Like No Other

by Robert Holmes

The arms race between the Soviet Union and the USA was the most dangerous confrontation in the history of the world. Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev's decision to place nuclear missiles in Cuba, and US President...


Diamond Star Girl

by Judy May & Judy May Murphy

Welcome to Lemony’s summer: Lights, camera, action! My name’s Lemony, I’m nearly 15, and this is my journal. Things I like: my best friend Ro, Nick Collins, chinchillas, reading and hanging out with friends....


When Love Comes to Town

by Tom Lennon

A new edition of this acclaimed novel Meet Neil Byrne - try-scorer on the rugby field, prizewinning student, one of the in-crowd at the disco, regular guy, gay. Presenting one face to the world and burying his...


See If I Care

by Judi Curtin & Roisin Meaney

Two schools, one in Ireland and one in England, have decided to set up a pen-pal programme between their pupils. Luke is hoping to get an English boy to write to, but instead he gets stuck with Elma, who would...


Blue Lavender Girl

by Judy May & Judy May Murphy

Dear Diary, I'm in despair! My name's Tia, I'm fourteen and I'm in exile! I'm stuck here in the remote countryside, left to the mercies of one very unfortunate mutt, a bunch of locals who think that wearing...


Secrets and Shadows

by Brian Gallagher

When her home is destroyed in the Luftwaffe bombing of the North Strand, Dublin in 1941, Grace Ryan is forced to move in with relatives in a different part of the city. There she meets Barry Malone, an English...


The Orange Order

by Mervyn Jess

Born out of bloodshed, sustained by sectarianism and shrouded in secrecy, the Orange Order is one of the most abiding and controversial religion-based organisations in Europe, if not the world. A Catholic cannot...


Reading the Water

by Darryl Grimason

Darryl Grimason vividly and lyrically conveys in this book the all-consuming passion for fishing that has inspired him since boyhood. Whether describing a nostalgic attachment to his first special fishing rod,...


O'Brien Pocket History of Irish Traditional Music

by Gearoid O hAllmhurain, Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin & Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin

The history of Irish traditional music, song and dance from the mythological harp of the Dagda right up to Riverdance. Exploring an abundant spectrum of historical sources, music and folklore, this guide uncovers...


O'Brien Pocket History of Gaelic Sport

by Eamonn Sweeney

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...


Hazel Wood Girl

by Judy May & Judy May Murphy

DAY ONE I have NO friends. None. Count them. It's OFFICIAL since last night, and I can't even feel angry any more these days. I don't feel anything now, it's like having pins-and-needles in the places where...


Leave it to Eva

by Judi Curtin

Fun, feisty Eva Gordon's never been one to shy away from helping her friends - whether they want her help or not! - but this time she might have found a problem that's too big even for her … When Eva and her...


A Bewitched Land

by Dr. Robert Curran

Witch trials in the European or American sense were not common in Ireland although they did occur. In this book the stories of four remarkable court cases that took place from the fourteenth to the nineteenth...


Britain and Ireland's Top 100 Racehorses of All Time

by Robin Oakley

Kauto Star, Nijinsky, Arkle, Desert Orchid, Frankel, Red Rum … how do you rank the best British and Irish horses from both Flat racing and jumping? How do you compare a fleet-footed sprinter with the robust...


Pandaemonium 1660-1886

by Marie-Louise Jennings & Frank Cottrell Boyce

Collecting texts taken from letters, diaries, literature, scientific journals and reports, Pandæmonium gathers a beguiling narrative as it traces the development of the machine age in Britain. Covering the...