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Fiction and Physicians

by Stephen McWilliams

John Keats, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, François Rabelais, William Somerset Maugham . . . All were writers of fiction but, more surprisingly, all were also medical doctors. Anton Chekhov, A.J. Cronin, Oliver St...

The Truth about Lying

by Stephen Costello

In this forthright and fascinating study, Dr Stephen J. Costello, philosopher and logotherapist, takes us on a profound journey into the intricate and intriguing nature of the dynamics of lying. Drawing on philosophy,...

We Lost Our Baby

by Siobhan O'Nill-White & David White

We Lost Our Baby is the true story of a young couple who, after the initial excitement of discovering a new pregnancy, faced the heartache of losing their baby. On top of the trauma of a miscarriage, they also...

Peter Paul Galligan

by Kevin Galligan

The stories of the leading figures of the Irish revolution – Michael Collins, Eamon de Valera, and guerrillas like Tom Barry and Ernie O’Malley – have been well told. But many other senior-ranking activists...

The Plum Rains and Other Stories

by Givens John

Japan. The last decade of the 17th century. Men who lived by the sword find themselves cut adrift while women begin to confront new threats and opportunities. The austere demands of the haikai poet are no match...

The Poetry of Paul Muldoon

by Jefferson Holdridge

The Poetry of Paul Muldoon introduces the student and general reader to the critical discussion surrounding Muldoon’s oeuvre, as well as to his major themes. It examines the poet’s meditations on culture...


by Tony Philpott

Faithless is a blisteringly funny memoir whose central theme concerns the break-up of the author’s relationship with a man-made deity. Sacred cows are butchered with sharp wit, deities are probed with the...

Saving Christianity

by Hilary Wakeman

‘I believe, because it is impossible’ (Tertullian, 2nd century) Some of the statements of belief that Christians are required to assent to, such as the Virgin Birth and the bodily Resurrection of Jesus, are...