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Kilmichael—the life and afterlife of an ambush

Kilmichael, by Eve Morrison (Irish Academic Press).

Burning Books…on Paper— Sarah-Anne Buckley

Sarah-Anne Buckley tells Ruth McKee which books she would save if her house was on fire, in Burning Books...on Paper.

Riley’s round up—books for the young reader in your life

Riley Earle picks children's books to keep young readers occupied on cold and rainy nights

Gender no barrier in the next Girls Play Too

Gender no barrier in the next Girls Play Too, just published.

The journey out of war—Richard English on the battle to save...

Brian Rowan's compelling book on recent Ulster politics, Political Purgatory: The Battle to Save Stormont and the Play for a New Ireland, reflects his very good access to wide-ranging actors, and also his strong grasp of the messy intricacies of politics in the North.

Local history at its best: The Story of a Kerry Ambush

Ballymacandy: The Story of a Kerry Ambush|Owen O’Shea|Merrion Press|paperback €14.95| ISBN: 9781785373879

Vivid, compelling, partisan—John Kirkaldy on My Life in Loyalism

 My Life In Loyalism|Billy Hutchinson with Gareth Mulvenna|Merrion Press|paperback| ISBN: 9781785373459|€18.95 by John...

Extract: Home by Eoin Ó Broin.

HOME: WHY PUBLIC HOUSING IS THE ANSWER by Eoin Ó Broin | €14.95 | 9781785372650 |...

From Cavan to Salamanca – Tim Fanning on researching for his...

Tim Fanning. I first became interested in the diaries of Fr Alexander J. McCabe, the County Cavan-born rector of...

‘A savage and remote country’

David Ryan reveals the remarkable story of Thomas ‘Buck’ Whaley’s adventures in Ottoman Turkey in 1788
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