The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared
A Delicate Truth
John le Carre
This House is Haunted
Red Sky in Morning
Thinking, Fast and Slow
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
The Best of Irish Non-Fiction
Paperback · 01 Feb 2013 · €18.70
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Hardback · 21 Jan 2013 · €26.60
Suitable for anyone interested in Ireland and the Irish, this book brings together the evidence of archaeology, culture, tradition, genetics and linguistics on the age-old riddle of Irish origins. It includes 120 informative line drawings and maps.
Hardback · 25 Oct 2012 · €13.35
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Explores the phenomenon of the Irish Mammy and what she might say about everything from the 'new mass' to the cardinal sin of not owning a cough bottle and the importance of airing clothes properly. Did you know, for instance, that Hamlet had an Irish Mammy? So if you're an Irish Mammy, this book can act as your guide.
Paperback · 05 Jul 2012 · €11.99
Shows that in an increasingly uncertain world it is not only possible for us to flourish but essential that we take steps to do so. This title shows you how to: achieve a deeper sense of well-being, meaning and purpose; use adversity as a positive turning point in your life; train your mind to pay attention; and, more.
Paperback · 06 Dec 2012 · €19.95
Presents the life changing facts and events that have occured in Bray over the years. This is a collection of strange and occasionally astonishing facts, stories and photographs - some almost forgotten in time - of Ireland's most famous and most loved seaside town.
Hardback · 27 Sep 2012 · €22.70
When the author and her partner Colin, both young academics, moved in with her uncle Charles, an elderly bachelor, they had no idea what the coming years held for them: a crash course in farming, tense discussions with helicopter-borne property developers, and challenge of dragging a quasi-feudal estate at edge of Dublin into twenty-first century.
Hardback · 22 Nov 2012 · €24.00
The first history of the Great Famine for 15 years from Ireland's greatest historian, who provocatively points the finger of blame at the British government. Combining the latest research and fresh insights, this is a fascinating and sobering look at a dark period of global history as well as the ramifications that still resonate today.
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