New Irish Non-Fiction Irish Non Fiction Published In September 2024

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Moral Formations : Discipline and Religion in the Irish Army

Ayiotis, Daniel
The first uniformed troops of the National Army appeared on the streets of Dublin in February 1922 as the IRA fractured along the fault lines of the Anglo-Irish Treaty.

1588: The Spanish Armada and the 24 Ships lost on Ireland's shores

Barry, Michael B.
Co-author of the bestselling ‘Irish Civil War in Colour’, with an exceptional track record for history books. A ground-breaking history which dispels myths and shows how most of the Spanish Armada survived. Tells the unknown story of the 24 Irish shipwrecks and the bloody slaughter of the Armada survivors.

Citizen Poet: New and Selected Essays

Boland, Eavan
Boland's ground-breaking essays and interviews, first collected in Object Lessons (2006), are enhanced by essays and major later writings addressing the changing nature of poetry, the poet, and Ireland.

The Parks and Gardens of Dublin

Boylan, Christy

Ghosts of a Family : Ireland’s Most Infamous Unsolved Murder and the Origins of the Troubles

Burke, Edward
Ghosts of a Family is a riveting cold-case investigation that invokes the smoke-filled streets of Belfast during the cataclysmic violence of 1920–22, and explores how the ramifications of the McMahon killings are still being felt to this day.

Rough Beast: My Story and the Reality of Sinn Fein

Cahill, Mairia

Dirty Linen : The Troubles in My Home Place

Doyle, Martin
Shortlisted for An Post Non-Fiction Book of the Year 2023

A Cold Eye: Notes from a Shared Island, 1989-2024

Gebler, Carlo
Four decades of change in Ireland woven through the ordinary days of one man's life.

DELAYED 2024 - Iona, Kells and Derry: The history and hagiography of the monastic familia of Columba

Herbert, Maire
A study of the history and documentary records of one of Ireland's most important early monastic communities, the "familia" of St Columba (Colum Cille) between the sixth and twelfth centuries.

Unladylike: A History of Ladies Gaelic Football

Kilgallon, Hayley
Marking 50 years of the Ladies' Gaelic Football Association is the definitive story of its rise from carnival novelty act to national association.