Irish Biography

Notes to Self: Essays

Paperback, 26/07/2018, €15.00
A Dubray Staff Recommended Read… In this vivid and powerful collection of essays, the first non- fiction book published by Tramp Press, Emilie Pine boldly confronts the past to better understand herself, her relationships and her role in society.

Force for Justice A: The Maurice M

Paperback, €12.95
A Force For Justice reveals the story behind the scenes, of one man struggling to survive in the most challenging of circumstances. It is a dramatic account of a garda sergeant's journey from a rural outpost into the heart of the Irish political and legal system.

De Valera: Rule (1932-1975)

Hardback, 26/10/2018, €25.00
The concluding volume of David McCullagh's new life of Eamon De Valera.

Michael O'Leary

Hardback, 27/09/2018, €20.30

People Like Me

Paperback, €17.00
Intimate and brave, People Like Me is the exhilarating story of one woman's journey to the brink and back, emerging as a leading light for change in Ireland and an inspiration to women everywhere.

Tony 10: The astonishing story of the postman who gambled EURO10,000,000 ... and lost it all

Paperback, 23/02/2018, €17.00
A heart-stopping ride with a dangerous compulsion beyond control, Tony 10 is the story of the postman who stole EURO1.75 million from the local post office, where he was a branch manager, to fund a gambling addiction that began with a bet of EURO1 and ended with the loss of more than EURO10 million, his family, his home - and won him a prison sentence.

Home Thoughts from the Heart

Hardback, 04/10/2018, €23.00
Icon of Irish broadcasting Mary Kennedy invites us into her world in Home Thoughts from the Heart

Michael Collins: The Man and the Revolution

Hardback, 05/10/2018, €30.00
Drawing on archives in Ireland, Britain and the US, the authors question our assumptions about Michael Collins. Approaching him through the eyes of contemporaries and historians, friends and enemies, this provocative book reveals new insights, challenging what we think we know about him and what we think we know about the Irish revolution.

Time to Talk: Stories from the heart of Ireland

Hardback, 26/10/2018, €17.00
Through tales that are sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant, sometimes heart-breaking, but always true, Time to Talk follows in the tradition of the great Kerry storytellers, capturing the real heartbeat of rural Ireland.