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True Crime

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About Time: Surviving Ireland's Death Row

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ISBN/EAN: 9781845887605
Publisher: HISTORY PRESS IRELAND
Pub. Date: October 1 2012
Author: PRINGLE, PETER
Format: Paperback
Stock: 0
Price: €16.99


Badfellas

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ISBN/EAN: 9780241954744
Organized crime took hold in Ireland and soon armed robberies, kidnappings and murder became commonplace. This book traces how the hugely lucrative drug trade that then emerged led to the gang wars that have corroded communities and devastated countless lives. It describes in gripping detail the shocking depths to which the mobsters have sunk.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Pub. Date: May 3 2012
Author: WILLIAMS, PAUL
Format: Paperback
Stock: 1
Price: €10.95


BREAKING THE SILENCE

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ISBN/EAN: 9780717143979
At Christmas 1997, a local priest Fr Eugene Greene reported to the Gardai that a man had tried to blackmail him. His hubris set in motion a Garda investigation which revealed him as a serial child sex abuser for decades. As word of the investigation spread, 26 men came forward. Most were from the tiny Gaeltacht parish of Gort an Choirce.
Publisher: Gill
Pub. Date: April 1 2008
Author: RIDGE, MARTIN
Format: Paperback
Stock: 2
Price: €14.99

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Cold Cases Files: On the Trail of Ireland's Undetected Killers

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ISBN/EAN: 9780717148028
The Cold Case Files is the latest behind-the-scenes book from Ireland's most respected crime journalist, Barry Cummins. With unparalleled access to the Garda Cold Case Unit, Cummins explores the new investigations into some of Ireland's oldest and most shocking unsolved murders.
Publisher: Gill Books Ireland
Pub. Date: March 30 2012
Author: CUMMINS, BARRY
Format: Paperback
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Doctor's Wife is Dead: A Peculiar Marriage, a Suspicious Death, and a Murder Trial in Nineteenth-Century Ireland

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ISBN/EAN: 9781844883929
Publisher: Penguin Ireland
Pub. Date: February 23 2017
Author: TIERNEY, ANDREW
Format: Trade PB
Stock: 1
Price: €16.95


Framing of Harry Gleeson

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ISBN/EAN: 9781848892460
In November 1940 the body of Moll McCarthy, an unmarried mother of seven, was found in a field in Tipperary. She had been shot. The man who reported the discovery was her neighbour Harry Gleeson. Within three months, he was convicted by an all-male jury. Within five months, he was hanged. But he was innocent, the victim of a local conspiracy.
Publisher: Collins Press Ireland
Pub. Date: April 27 2015
Author: FAGAN, KIERAN
Format: Paperback
Stock: 0
Price: €12.99


Grange Gorman Murders: Dean Lyons, Mark Nash and Story Behind Grangegorman Murders

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ISBN/EAN: 9780717154333
This is a fascinating and tragic story behind "the most brutal murders in Irish criminal history".
Publisher: Gill Books Ireland
Pub. Date: July 1 2014
Author: BAILEY, ALAN
Format: Paperback
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Hanged for Murder: Irish State Executions

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ISBN/EAN: 9781848891869
Twenty-nine people convicted of murder were hanged by the Irish State: the executions were carried out in Mountjoy by the Pierrepoint family. The last met his fate in 1954 but the often shocking stories of these men and one woman have been largely forgotten. Here, for the first time, are their tragic stories, some in graphic detail.
Publisher: Collins Press Ireland
Pub. Date: September 23 2013
Author: CAREY, TIM
Format: Paperback
Stock: 1
Price: €14.99


Inside Man

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ISBN/EAN: 9780717144815
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.
Publisher: Gill Books Ireland
Pub. Date: September 19 2008
Author: BRAY, PHILIP
Format: Paperback
Stock: 0
Price: €15.99

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Inside the Monkey House: My Time as an Irish Prison Officer

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ISBN/EAN: 9781848892996
When John Cuffe entered Mountjoy as a young prison officer in May 1978, he stepped back into Victorian times. He knew nothing about jails, apart from what he had seen in black-and-white films on RTE: 'good' sheriffs and 'bad' hombres. Here, he reveals the raw truth of thirty tough years on the inside. Join him on a vivid, eye-opening journey .
Publisher: Collins Press Ireland
Pub. Date: April 18 2017
Author: CUFFE, JOHN
Format: Paperback
Stock: 2
Price: €12.95

Retail Price: €12.99


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