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The Witness

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Groomed into a drug gang from the age of 10, Joey O'Callaghan broke the golden bond of gangland silence. His evidence won murder convictions against two of the most violent drug bosses in Ireland. Joey was just 18 years old when he became a ghost - the youngest ever person to be signed up to the Witness Protection Programme.
€15.99 €17.55

Making Belfield: Space and Place at Ucd

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Richly designed and illustrated, Making Belfield reflects on the making and shaping of UCD to celebrate 50 years of college life at Belfield (Belfield 50).
€40.00

Republic of Shame: Stories from Ireland's Institutions for 'Fallen Women'

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€11.99 €12.95

Renaissance Nation: How the Pope's Children Rewrote the Rules for Ireland

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Here David McWilliams presents the story of modern Ireland. Surveying four decades, bookended by the visits of the pope in September 1979 and August 2018, he explores how Ireland has become one of the wealthiest and most progressive nations in the world.
€13.00

Missing

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Fully updated and revised, including two new chapters, Missing looks at the leads and developments of Ireland's most famous missing persons cases.
€17.00

The Border: The Legacy of a Century of Anglo-Irish Politics

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€12.15

A Woman to Blame: The Kerry Babies Case

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Joanne Hayes, at 24 years of age, concealed the birth and death of her baby in County Kerry, Ireland, in 1984. Subsequently she confessed to the murder, by stabbing, of another baby. All of the scientific evidence showed that she could not have had this second baby. The police nevertheless, insisted on charging her.
€9.95

Burned

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€18.95

Enda the Road: Nine Days that Toppled a Taoiseach

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Compiled through exhaustive research and interviews with dozens of key figures and witnesses, Enda the Road is the ultimate account of a nine-day political hurricane whirlwind that brought down a Taoiseach.
€17.00