Life & Times New Series

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Ciaran Brady

8th October 2015 · Paperback

In this critical study of Shane O'Neill's life and times, Ciaran Brady, returns this neglected historical figure to his rightful...

Robert Savage

1st December 2014 · Paperback

Sean Lemass is generally regarded as the man most responsible for the modernisation of Irish society. This book considers how...

Marc Mulholland

15th September 2013 · Paperback

Terence O'Neill came to power as Prime Minister of Northern Ireland in 1963 with a bold plan to 'literally transform...

Dr. Alan O'Day

17th September 2012 · Paperback

Charles Stewart Parnell has proved a compelling figure in his own time and to ours. A Protestant landlord who possessed...

Eugene J. Doyle

13th July 2012 · Paperback

Justin McCarthy (1830-1912) is the forgotten leader of the Irish Home Rule Movement. Overshadowed by Parnell before him and the...

Thomas J. Morrissey

9th September 2011 · Paperback

William Martin Murphy (1845-1919) was one of the most successful of Irish entrepreneurs and businessmen. As well as being a...

Fearghal McGarry

1st September 2010 · Paperback

One of the most famous revolutionaries in Irish history, Frank Ryan fought in the War of Independence and Irish Civil...

Carla King

22nd July 2009 · Paperback

Son of evicted Mayo tenants, Fenian treason-felony prisoner Michael Davitt (1846-1906) was to become the driving force behind the Irish...

Senia Paseta

24th November 2008 · Paperback

Thomas Kettle was born on 9 February 1880, he was killed in the opening minutes of the allied invasion of...

Peter Costello

21st November 2008 · Paperback

Denis Guiney (1893-1967) was one of the most remarkable Irishmen of his generation, who exerted through his business career a...

James Quinn

21st November 2008 · Paperback

John Mitchel (1815-75) was sentenced to 14 years' transportation for attempting to incite rebellion in Ireland in 1848, in captivity...