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Carl Frampton : My Autobiography

Frampton, Carl
Belfast’s Carl ‘The Jackal’ Frampton MBE is no ordinary boxer. One of only three fighters from the British Isles to be named the Ring magazine Fighter of the Year, he has headlined sellout world championship bouts on both sides of the Atlantic, winning multiple world titles in the process. His dedicated army of fans have traversed the globe to be ringside throughout it all.

The Treaty: The gripping story of the negotiations that brought about Irish independence and led to the Civil War

Friemann, Gretchen
On the morning of 11 October 1921, the world’s media watched as Michael Collins, leader of the ‘Irish murder gang’, bounded through the door of 10 Downing Street. Moments later, he shook hands with the British Prime Minister. So began the first day of the most important political negotiations in modern Anglo-Irish history. Nearly two months later, in the early hours of 6 December 1921, the talks culminated in the signing of what in Ireland is known simply as ‘the Treaty’ – a document that had been designed to end one violent conflict, but which soon gave rise to another.

Considering Grace: Presbyterians and the Troubles

Ganiel, Gladys
Considering Grace records the deeply moving stories of 120 ordinary people's experiences of the Troubles, exploring how faith shaped their responses to violence and its aftermath.

The Cures of Ireland: A Treasury of Irish Folk Remedies

Gilligan, Cecily
It’s said that almost everyone in Ireland, particularly in rural communities, will know of someone with a ‘cure’. It might be for the mumps, a stye in the eye, or a sprain. Indeed the author of Cures of Ireland, Cecily Gilligan was herself cured of jaundice and ringworm by a ‘seventh son’ in her local Sligo during her childhood.

Academy and Legacy: Reflections on Twenty-Five Years of Irish America and New York University's Glucksman Ireland House

Golway, Terry
New York University's Glucksman Ireland House opened a quarter-century ago to foster the study of Ireland and Irish America, and since then has led and witnessed tremendous changes in Irish and Irish-American culture.

The Hamilton Notes

Hamilton, George
The Hamilton Notes is a delightful manifestation of that old adage – ‘It’s not the destination, it’s the journey.’ And there could be no finer raconteur to guide the reader along the way.

The Nation Holds Its Breath

Hamilton, George

The Nation Holds Its Breath: My Lyrical Life

Hamilton, George

Reconstructions: The Troubles in Photographs and Words

Hanvey, Steafan
World-renowned Northern Irish photographer, Bobbie Hanvey, captured some of The Troubles' most defining and devastating moments. Bobbie is lauded as much for these photographs as he is for his iconic portraits of figures like Seamus Heaney, Gerry Adams, Brian Friel, and Ian Paisley.

Client Confidential: Spooks, Secrets and Counter-Espionage in Celtic-Tiger Ireland

Hartnett, Sean
In Client Confidential, Seán Hartnett lifts the lid on the worst excesses of the Celtic Tiger - the heart of corporate greed, corruption and ineptitude in Ireland is revealed; the dark secrets never meant to see the light of day, are finally exposed.