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O'Connell Street

Curtis, Joe
2020 Publication. All Irish people know where "O'Connell Street" is located? Dublin? Strictly speaking, there is no such street in Dublin, but there are streets of that name elsewhere in Ireland! This book examines the places in Ireland which seek to honour Daniel O'Connell, and assesses which one "The Liberator" would be most proud of.

Pension Without Tension

Bajaj, Vinod
In the book topics such as pension tax, pension transfer, winding up of pension schemes, pensions during divorce or separation, pensions on death, pension contribution holidays, and retirement options are explained in a simple and easy to understand manner for consumers. The book also debunks several pension myths and misconceptions. A simple and practical book without jargon can be a compelling read.

Powered to Fall, Empowered to Rise: A Journey in Love, A Journey Together

Drury, Rachel
I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis at the age of 30. At the same time I was looking to start a new life in Australia and had just met Des (my fiancé) while working at an Irish bar. Des stood by me through this illness and supported me in ways I could have never imagined with his love. After having to cancel our wedding in 2018 and give up work, we finally found our happy place in 2020.The love that Des showed me during this time and the illness inspired me to write a book so that I could help others who are also going through a difficult time.

Princess of Mars

Burroughs, Edgar Rice

Table Tennis Ireland : Hidden Secrets and Memories

O'Reilly, Frank
Irish Table Tennis veteran and coach Frank O'Reilly's essential guide for any budding Table Tennis enthusiast. Details a roadmap for those who wish to play at an international level.

The Half Mile Road : Inspired By A Real Border And A Real Political Crisis

Ó'Ceallaigh, Séighin
Inspired by a real border and a real political crisis. Brian McKee is a widowed farmer, still farming his beef and dairy herds on his farm that straddles the border between Monaghan and Fermanagh. This is no ordinary border, and these are no ordinary times. One part of Brian’s farm is in the Republic of Ireland, and the other in Northern Ireland, part of the United Kingdom.