Hachette Ireland – Non-Fiction

By: Hachette  05/12/2011

  • John Carthy was an average guy, a hard-working young man devoted to his mother and sister, who also happened to suffer from depression - in common with one in four Irish people today. But in April 20..

  • It's March in Ireland - the flat season is about the start and Irish Times racing correspondent, Brian O'Connor has decided to boldly go where no racing correspondent has gone before. He puts his mo..

  • In January 2007, withinthe space of only six days, three large fishing boats - the Pere Charles, the Honey Dew II and the Renegade - capsized and sank off the south east coast of Ireland. There were..

  • 'The suddenness of the punch had caught me off guard .. I knew then that something was definitely wrong.' On 31 July 1975, members of The Miami Showband were returning to Dublin after a gig in Banb..

  • From the recent notorious and horrific murders of Rachel O'Reilly, Dolores McCrea and Siobhan Kearney,cases are outlined as far back as the poisoning of Margaret Lehman in Dublin of the War years, f..

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