Buaiteoir Ghradam Ui Shúilleabháin 2007, úrscéal staire a suitear thart ar chath Fontenoy, 1745.

    In Chartres na Fraince fuarthas leathanaigh chlóbhuailte ón 18ú haois, agus tagairt d’údar mistéireach na bprofaí seo, an Captaen Seán Ó Raghallaigh. Ábhar an leabhair: Tuarasgbháil ar an gCath clúmhail ris a ráidhtear Fontenoy fearadh i bhFlóndras san Tír Íochtair san mbliadhain d'aois an Tighearna 1745. Sna leathanaigh seo déantar cur síos ar bhua is ar dhíomua, ar thine ghealáin is ar phaisean is ar ghlóir na cogaíochta.

    Winner of Gradam Ui Shúilleabháin 2007, an historical novel set in and around the battle of Fontenoy, 1745

    In the archives of the French town of Chartres some printed pages from the 18th Century were discovered, and a reference to the mysterious author of these printers' proofs, Captain Seán Ó Raghallaigh. Set in and around the battle of Fontenoy 1745, Liam Mac Cóil's masterful novel explores the writing of history, and the points of view of the writer.

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    Number of Pages: 192
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9781909907225
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    Listed in: Modern & contemporary fiction
    Publisher: Leabhar Breac

    Books by Liam Mac Cóil

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