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.
The passing of Seán O’Donoghue brings to a close the life of deep-sea diver, author, poet inspired by tales told around his father’s fireside.
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.
Times, dates and venue has been announced for SiarScéal Festival 2019 together with details of the Hanna Greally International Literary Awards that takes place in tandem.
I Want to Really Learn about Horses by T.J. Gillespie offers both an aid and a lifelong companion for horse and equestrian enthusiasts.
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.
Through the Pages of History: an art, music and medical miscellany is a collection of essays by retired medical doctor, Michael Whelton.
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.
Portraits of the Past by Michael Whelton. A collection of bittersweet tales that skilfully the capture poignant moments and personal epiphanies.
Why Did They Lie? by Jack Kiernan casts new light on the Irish Civil War (1922-23) including where and when it all began.