New Irish Non-Fiction Irish Non Fiction Published In September 2021

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2022 Guide to the Night Sky: A month-by-month guide to exploring the skies above Britain and Ireland

Dunlop, Storm
"This is a great guide to the night sky at a great price"Astronomy Now "A handy and straightforward guide ... attractive little booklet" British Astronomical Association's 'Journal' "an ideal Christmas stocking-filler" The Observatory

A Leaf in the Wind : An Irishman's Memoir

Cullen, Michael
The life and times of Mathew Cullen, who owned the Colamore Hotel, later the Dalkey Island Hotel, will be published later this year. The book, entitled A Leaf in the Wind (Gregmar Books), starts with an account of Cullen’s early years in the Co Louth village of Castlebellingham, before his family’s move to the outskirts of Dublin in 1908 - to Portobello, then known as ‘Little Jerusalem’.

A Sword for Christ: The Republican Era in Great Britain and Ireland

Cobb, Jonathan
Drawing on the latest research and established sources, A Sword for Christ offers a new and stimulating perspective on the 15-year period between 1645 and 1660, when Oliver Cromwell attempted to create a new type of 'Godly' state after the execution of Charles I.

Albert Reynolds : Risktaker for Peace HB

Lenihan, Conor
First complete biography of Albert Reynolds, by former Minister and high-profile political commentator Conor Lenihan


Kennedy, Conan

Archipelago Anthology

Oswald, Alice
Archipelago is one of the most important and influential literary magazines of the last twenty years. Archipelago: A Reader gathers poetry, prose and visual art in clusters grouped around the Irish and British archipelago, with contributions from an array of significant artists.

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Warfare: The USA, China, and Strategic Stability

Johnson, James (Honorary Fellow in the S
US author Professor in DCU. Artificial intelligence and the future of warfare sketches a clear and sobering picture of the potential impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the digitized battlefield, broadening our understanding of critical questions facing decisions-makers today. -- .

At the Water's Edge : Two Boats : Around Ireland by Kayak

Flavin, Timmy
The book is the personal diary of the late Timmy Flavin of a trip he did in 1991, when he and a friend, Donal Dowd kayaked around Ireland. It is raw and inspiring and provides an excellent account of expedition planning and an interesting take on the entire coastline of Ireland.

Baking With A Touch of Magic

O'Flaherty, Patricia

Belonging : One Woman's Search for Truth and Justice for the Tuam Babies

Corless, Catherine
The unforgettable memoir from the woman who uncovered the 'Tuam babies' scandal.