Anyone who has dabbled in researching Famine Orphan girls will recognise the vast amount of work and skill involved in this collection of histories.
Telling an Irish history through the lives of 21 women.
… he tells a great story and knows how to keep his readers interested.
Hugh Mahon has the dubious distinction of being the only member expelled from the federal parliament
‘This is an Irish novel that is afraid of nothing, least of all of being thought of as an Irish novel.’
Because our families contain everything and, late at night, everything makes sense.
Nicholas was was a Gaelic scholar and one of the founders of the Celtic Club.
John Devoy – his path was far from smooth.
Ok, give me two I should read,
You get to love too his elegant turn of phrase, understatement providing more eloquence than a rattle of words.