Irish History

On the Edge: Ireland's off-shore is

Hardback, 04/10/2018, €33.80

The Hangman Who Came to Galway: A Gruesome True Story of Murder in Victorian Ireland

Paperback, 19/10/2018, €17.00
Dean Ruxton unravels the complex mind of the notorious hangman James Berry as he sets out to bring to a conclusion the case of two notorious murders in Galway in 1885.

Reporting the Troubles, Compiled by: Deric Henderson & Ivan Little

Paperback, 05/10/2018, €16.99
Marking fifty years since the start of the Troubles, this landmark book brings together stories spanning the conflict from more than sixty journalists who were on the ground in Northern Ireland. Featuring contributions from Kate Adie, Martin Bell, Nicholas Witchell, John Irvine, Denis Murray, David McKittrick, Gloria Hunniford, and others.

Battle of the Four Courts: The First Three Days of the Irish Civil War

Hardback, 15/11/2018, €27.05
A meticulous reconstruction of those three summer days that ignited the Irish Civil War in 1922 - the defining event of modern Irish politics.

Maamtrasna Murders Language Life an

Paperback, 11/11/2018, €20.00
The Maamtrasna Murders provides a cultural history of the events and subsequent impact of the renowned Maamtrasna murders from the perspective of language change in late nineteenth-century Ireland. Uncovering archival materials not previously consulted, this work moves Maamtrasna's violation of human rights from a local to a global stage.

Bold, Brilliant & Bad: Irish Women from History

Paperback, 27/08/2018, €17.00
From creative craftswomen to singing sensations, poets to sporting champions. Marian Broderick is back to explore the histories of remarkable Irish Women in history. These women made a difference to the world in a variety of ways and paved the way for women today.

After Ireland: Writing the Nation f

Paperback, 06/09/2018, €12.95
A magisterial survey of the ways in which postwar Irish writers have witnessed the frustration of the promise of Irish independence.

Little Book of Merrion and Booterstown

Hardback, 01/08/2018, €15.00
A fascinating history of one of Dublin's most notable districts that can be dipped into time and time again to reveal something new.