Irish Biography

Times Great Irish Lives

Hardback, 06/10/2016, €18.45
Discover the fascinating lives of the figures who shaped Ireland, with over 100 obituaries carefully curated by The Times. Delve into the rich history of the most influential characters from the twentieth and early twenty-first century, from politicians, presidents and musicians to writers, artists and military personnel.

Talking to Strangers

22/09/2016, €21.30
'It's never a good idea to book a flight online after you've been drinking wine.' That's what led Michael Harding to a strange flat in Bucharest in January 2015. It was the moment that set the tone for the rest of that year.

I Read The News Today Oh Boy HB

Hardback, €26.95

Making it Up as I Go Along

Paperback, 06/10/2016, €11.35

Letters of My Life

Hardback, 23/09/2016, €19.99
On the eve of her 80th birthday, Mary O'Rourke has sat down to write a letter to twenty people past and present, close and distant, living and deceased. Every letter is heartfelt; every letter offers gratitude for the difference the recipient made to Mary's life.

Markievicz: Socialist, Nationalist, Feminist

05/09/2016, €19.99
This compelling biography sheds light on all facets of Markievicz’s life – her privileged upbringing in County Sligo, her adventures as an art student in London and Paris, her marriage to an improbable Polish count, her political education, her several prison stretches, and her emergence as one of the pivotal figures in early twentieth-century Ireland.

A Single Headstrong Heart

Hardback, 15/10/2014, €20.00
A memoir like no other, passionate, intelligent and revealing of both the age and the individual.

The Best Of Billy Keane

Paperback, 01/03/2016, €15.00

Mr Pussy, Before I Forget to Remember

31/10/2016, €16.95
BOOK SIGNING DUBRAY GRAFTON ST, 26th November at 12 noon This is the remarkable story of the ground-breaking entertainer, who demolished homophobic boundaries from Belfast to Baltimore. Full of pathos, charm and wit.

Adventures of a Wonky-Eyed Boy

Hardback, 23/09/2016, €16.99
A hilarious childhood memoir from one of Ireland's funniest comedians.