Just published, Customs House to Howth Head by Dennis McIntyre will be formally launched at Clontarf Castle Hotel on 1 February, starting 8pm.
The Dawning of the Day by Liam Nevin is a sweeping epic set against the backdrop of a turbulent decade in Irish history and great upheaval the world over.
Recently published, Drowned-Out Voices is the second in the GhostÉire Investigates series, continuing from The Rising of Haunted Ireland (2016).
Hanly: A Brief History of the Noble Name (at home and abroad) by Gearoid O’Brien and John Hanly is the first published history of the Hanly clan.
Crawford Art Gallery in Cork city is the venue for the launch of two recently published books by Michael Whelton on Friday, 6 September 2019.
The Much-Maligned Mary Pike by Kieran Groeger deals with the abduction of a wealthy, young Quaker heiress and also throws light on the 1798 rebellion.
Jack Kiernan recounts twin tales of 19th century miscarriages of justice, in Ireland and Australia, involving a father and a son, Brian and James Seery.
Why Did They Lie? by Jack Kiernan casts new light on the Irish Civil War (1922-23) including where and when it all began.
Halloween literary offerings include tales of ghosts, ghouls, haunted houses
with some action, adventure, folklore and mythology thrown in.
The Rising of Haunted Ireland by GhostÉire takes us into the heart of haunted Ireland in search of spiritual and scientific explanations for the paranormal.