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

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100 Great GAA Teams

Scally, John
With every county of the GAA represented, this is a special tribute to the great teams in football, hurling, camogie and ladies' football that have thrilled fans down the years. These brilliant tales of the exploits of the 100 GREAT GAA TEAMS make this is a must-read for all sports fans.

A Cloud Where the Birds Rise HB : A book about love and belonging

Harding, Michael
A unique collection of quotes and observations from Michael Harding, one of Ireland's best-loved memoirists, with stunning and evocative illustrations from Irish illustrator Jacob Stack.

A Different Eden

Payne, Keith
Ecopoetry from Ireland and Galicia.

A Different World: An English Vicar in West Cork

Wakeman, Hilary
A fish out of water tale of a female English vicar moving to rural West Cork.

A Force Like No Other: The Final Shift

Breen, Colin
In this final part to his bestselling A Force Like No Other series, Colin Breen brings together more compelling insider stories from RUC officers who served during the Troubles.

A Furious Devotion: The Authorised Story of Shane MacGowan

Balls, Richard
A Furious Devotion: The Authorised Story of Shane MacGowan vividly recounts the experiences that shaped the greatest songwriter of his generation: the formative trips to his mother's homestead in Tipperary, the explosion of punk which changed his life, and the drink and drugs that nearly ended it.

A Ghost In The Throat

Ni Ghriofa, Doireann

A Lick and a Promise

May, Imelda

A Life in Trauma: Memoirs of an Emergency Physician

Luke, Chris
Lessons from a life on the healthcare frontline from one of Ireland's most-respected doctors.

A Little History of the Future of Dublin

McDonald, Frank

A State of Emergency : The Story of Ireland's Covid Crisis

Chambers, Richard
The electrifying behind-the-scenes account of a year that brought Ireland to the brink and back.

Accepting and Connecting with Muscular Dystrophy : How Spirituality Empowered Me to Strive When Faced with Adversity

The purpose of this book is to inspire others to embrace all forms of adversity they may experience along their journey. Siobhán believes that in times of crisis, the impulse is to give in to fear and panic, but when we learn to look inwards, we begin to heal and can take on, with greater ease, the vicissitudes of life that come our way.