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

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Bored of Lunch Healthy Slow Cooker: Even Easier

Anthony, Nathan

Barnewall De Berneval - 800 Years a Norman-Irish Invasion

Arnold, Aidan
For 800 years the Barnewall De Berneval family walked a dangerous tightrope straddling English rule and Irish rights. This book finally tells their truly amazing story.

Wild Colonial Boys : A Belfast Punk Story

Burgess, Thomas Paul
In this compelling memoir, Thomas Paul Burgess recounts his time as a member of Ruefrex, one of Northern Ireland's most successful punk rock bands. Through a series of revealing vignettes, he traverses strife-torn Belfast and bohemian London, revealing another side of the punk rock story. -- .

The Little Book of Celtic Mindfulness

Byrne, Sarah
Let this wonderful collection of old Irish proverbs, in English and the original Gaeilge, help still your thoughts and lighten your mind.

Kathy White House – Kathy Buckley, Her Culinary Odyssey

Carmody, Vincent
A young Listowel girl who happens to impress the world famous industrialist JP Morgan, with her cooking skills, while working in a hotel in Waterville, County Kerry, has her life transformed. Kathy Buckley travels to America to cook for Morgan and many other high powered families, before reaching the high point of her culinary career when she became the cook for three Presidents in the White House.

Broken Circle

Casey, Michael
Discovery, rediscovery, and creation, whether it happens by chance, transcendence, or hard graft are the central themes for Broken Circle...

Irish Forestry Society 1902-1923

Crawford, Hugh
‘The Irish Forestry Society 1902–1923’ is a hugely interesting and investigative piece of research and it reveals much about Ireland in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Nan: Sceal a Beatha

Cullen, Francie
An rud is annamh is iontach agus tá sin ar shlí a ráite fán leabhar seo. Cuimhní cinn Nan, seanbhean a chaith fada i Ros Goill i dTír Chonaill, atá curtha os á gcomhair anseo.

The City of Today is a Dying Thing: In Search of the Cities of Tomorrow

Fitzgerald, Des
Along the way, he reveals the deep-lying and often controversial roots of today's green city movement, and offers an argument for celebrating our cities as they are - in all their raucous, constructed and artificial glory.

A Breeze of Poems - Dublin Poet

Fitzpatrick, Brid
Brid Fitzpatrick is a Wordsmith - having published poetry, fiction, non-fiction in anthologies, various magazines online and on calendars. This is her third publication. She is a member of the Rathmines Writers Workshop.

The Little Book of Antrim

Flynn, Barry
Full of fascinating facts and stories, this new paperback edition can be dipped into time and again to discover something new about County Antrim.