Books by Publisher: GILL & MACMILLAN

    SIPTU: Organising History

    By Francis Devine

    Paperback £24.06

    Francis Devine traces the history of this key institution in modern Ireland from the foundation of the IT&GWU in 1909 to the modern day.

    My Dear Mr McCourt

    By Eugene McCague

    Paperback £13.25

    Based on Kevin McCourt`s extensive personal papers and on many other archives, this is not only the biography of an outstanding Irishman but also an invaluable contribution to the economic and social history of Ireland between the mid 1940s to the mid 1980s.

    A History of Ireland in 250 Episodes

    By Jonathan Bardon

    Paperback Save £4.34 = £12.65

    A magisterial survey of Irish history from the end of the ice age to the peace settlement in Northern Ireland.

    New Guests of the Irish Nation

    By Bryan Fanning

    Hardback Save £15.54 = £29.46

    Irish Folk Tales

    By Felicity Trotman

    Hardback £9.65

    A book of 6 magical tales of leprechauns and Irish fairy folk told in a lively and engaging manner

    Diolaim Beag

    Hardback £9.65

    Cleverly packaged to look like one book, this set actually contains 15 miniature board books in Irish.

    Lying Eyes: And the Hitman for Hire

    By Emer Connolly

    Paperback £8.45

    The story of Sharon Collins, the housewife and mother who went online to find hitman to kill her partner and his two sons.

    Vitali\'s Ireland

    By Vitali Vitaliev

    Paperback £11.76

    The famous guidebook writer and publisher, Karl Baedeker, never visited Ireland. But many of his contemporaries did. Using a selection of these old books, Vitaliev retraces their steps and reports on twenty-first century Ireland, in the age of the Celtic Tiger, contrasted with the island a century ago.

    Inside Man: Life as an Irish Prison Officer

    By Philip Bray

    Paperback from £9.00

    Philip Bray joined the Irish prison service in 1977, working in Limerick Prison. His book offers a bridge between the Ireland of yesterday and the Ireland of today in this intriguing account of life in the prison service in one of the most turbulent eras in recent history.

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