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  1. How to Be Irish: Uncovering the curiosities of Irish behaviour

    How to Be Irish: Uncovering the curiosities of Irish behaviour

    David Slattery
    €14.99
    Social anthropologist David Slattery takes us through the rules of being Irish with deadpan humour, from how to approach an Irish wedding or funeral to the Irish attitude to health, business, politics, death, Christmas and being cool. ...
  2. Footprints Across America

    Footprints Across America: Retracing an Irishman's Journey During the Last Great Gold Rush

    Michael McMonagle
    €16.95
    A travel book that takes the reader on an epic journey across the great plains of the US, following in the footsteps of Micí Mac Gabhann, a nineteenth-century Irish emigrant who crossed the US to seek his fortune in the Klondike Gold Rush...
  3. Southside Provisional

    Southside Provisional: From Freedom Fighter to the Four Courts

    Kieran Conway
    €15.99
    Set against the political and military developments of the 1970s, Southside Provisional: From Freedom Fighter to the Four Courts chronicles the author's journey from directionless middle-class law student to committed IRA activist. It offers detailed accounts of the politics, organisation, training ...
  4. Know Your Rights: 2015 Taxation, Health and Social Welfare

    Know Your Rights 2015 Taxation, Health and Social Welfare (10th anniversary edition)

    Andrew McCann
    €15.00
    Order direct from our website to receive free P&P on Know Your Rights 2015 Taxation, Health and Social Welfare." A clear and up-to-date guide to your rights and entitlements in relation to taxation, health and social welfare for 2015. ‘This is an invaluable resource, a roadmap for all of u...
  5. Running Amach in Ireland

    Running Amach in Ireland: True Stories by LGBTQ Women

    Edited by Maureen Looney
    €15.00
    Running Amach in Ireland is a collection of 35 true stories gathered from the membership of Running Amach, a social networking group for LGBTQ women in Ireland. They range from the humorous to the tragic, covering love, denial, heartbreak, joy, fear, happiness, religion, rejection and acceptance. ...
  6. The Complete Guide to the Statues and Sculptures of Dublin City

    The Complete Guide to the Statues and Sculptures of Dublin City

    Neal Doherty
    €15.00
    The Complete Guide to the Statues and Sculptures of Dublin City provides full-colour photos, detailed maps and an informative guide to the more than 250 statues and sculptures of Dublin city, covering the dominant themes of history, literature, nationalism, religion and famine that have shaped Dubli...
  7. The Complete Guide to the Streets of Dublin City

    The Complete Guide to the Streets of Dublin City

    Neal Doherty
    €20.00
    Written by the best-selling author of The Complete Guide to the Statues and Sculptures of Dublin City, this new book provides full-colour photos, detailed maps and an informative guide to the more than 600 streets, alleys and lanes of our capital city, as well as its parks and other public spaces....
  8. 648 Billion Sunrises: A Geological Miscellany of Ireland

    648 Billion Sunrises: A Geological Miscellany of Ireland

    Patrick Roycroft
    €16.99
    648 Billion Sunrises is a general introduction to the geological wonders of Ireland written in a fun, informative and accessibly humorous way. Presented in miscellany format, it covers the geological history of Ireland, volcanos, fossils, meteorite strikes and gemstones, and is aimed at the general ...
  9. RANJI: Maharajah of Connemara

    RANJI: Maharajah of Connemara

    Anne Chambers
    €14.95
    While focussing on Ranji’s association with Ireland, the book also reveals the troubled and darker side of this Indian autocrat, his indebtedness, his addiction to western life, his political inflexibility and his romantic attachments....

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