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Book: Eva Gore Booth, The Other Sister - The Remarkable Sybling of Constance Markievicz by Brighid O'Sullivan
Why would a wealthy Anglo/Irish woman choose to leave the splendor of her large exquisite family home nestled in the lush green hills of Ireland, her own private gardens, and a fairy tale palace where everyone loved her, to live in the slums of Manchester? By the late 19th century, Europe was not only a battlefield, but living conditions of many European cities were only slightly better to those [...]
 
Book: 100 Things You Didn't Know About Ireland - A Guide To Irish History and Civilization by Brighid O'Sullivan
Do you keep putting off your dream off of traveling to Ireland one day? Do you wish you knew more but aren't a fan of big lengthy boring history books? Brighid O'Sullivan has been studying Irish history for over eight years and boasts over 500 Irish history books in her own personal library. She's been from one end of the island to the other numerous times and most recently studied 19th century [...]
 
Book: Twice a Hero - From the trenches of the Great War to the ditches of the Irish Midlands 1915 - 1922 by Phil Tomkins
Twice a Hero is the true story of George Adamson, a young Irish patriot and rebel, who started his quest for freedom by joining the Irish Volunteers in Moate, Athlone, in the Irish Midlands. Then, on the promise of Home Rule for Ireland at the war's end, he enlisted in the British Army and fought in two forgotten conflicts, the Great War, Salonika & Palestine. Decorated for bravery, he returned [...]
 
Book: Peter's Key - Peter DeLoughry and the Fight for Irish Independence by Declan Dunne
In February, 1919, three Irish revolutionary prisoners walked out of Lincoln Jail without having dug a tunnel or fired a shot. The escape was the culmination of months of planning that involved some of the greatest intellects in Ireland and Britain. Peter DeLoughry (1882-1931) was one of the founding fathers of modern Ireland. His most famous achievement was to make a key that allowed three of [...]
 
Book: Love & Redemption (The Florida Irish) by Suzanne D Williams
REVISED - December 2016 - *** "Do you love me?" He reformed her question, and her stomach knotted. Now, he asked too much of her. "I asked you first," she whispered. She swallowed her regret, a wall erecting between them. He wanted those words from her, but she couldn't say them. For in saying those three words, she'd commit herself to this, to him, and that was the trouble. She'd said the vows - [...]
 
Book: A Guide To The Silence Of The Irish Other World by Sean Mac Eachaidh
An alternative, North of Ireland touring template, that incorporates a soulful gaze on what might have shaped the ancient Irish to a present day mindset. A journey that includes the blissful, mystical and silent Irish other worlds filled with awe inspiring sights, landscapes and deserted homesteads. A journey filled with pondering on Irish history, living memory and future aspiration. A tour [...]
 
Book: Cat and Mouse by Tim Vicary
Cat and Mouse is the gripping story of two sisters fighting for women's rights in the turbulent months before the outbreak of war in 1914. When Sarah Becket, a militant suffragette, discovers that her own husband, a respected Liberal MP, is involved in a scandalous prostitution racket, she takes a knife from her kitchen and goes out into London's West End, determined to protest for women's rights [...]
 
Book: Claire's Embrace (Irish Hearts Series) by Mary Tate Engels
CLAIRE'S EMBRACE, Book 1 - (historic novella) - A sweet twist on the classic arranged marriage. Young Claire's loving father devises a love lottery, but she has her own ideas for a handsome husband. Suitors arrive from around the world, more than willing to pay to wed (and bed) the Irish beauty. A wealthy American captures her heart, but she has to leave everything she holds dear. Will Claire [...]
 
Book: Spirited Away - A Novel of the Stolen Irish by Maggie Plummer
In May 1653, young Frederica (Freddy) O'Brennan and her sister Aileen trust a stranger on an empty beach in western Ireland, inadvertently placing themselves in the crosshairs of Cromwell's notorious Reign of Terror. Freddy awakens in the crammed hold of a slave ship bound for Barbados. She and Aileen endure the gruesome voyage only to be wrenched apart when purchased at auction by sugar [...]
 
Book: The Sun Palace by Brighid O'Sullivan
The battling personalities of a high spirited 16-yr. old in 6th century Ireland and that of her jealous aunt appear to have little in common. Brigit is kind though inexperienced, having lived most of her life with Christian monks while Medb, who is queen of the Sun Palace is sly, war-hardened, and completely in control of those around her. Each woman wants the same thing, the love of one man and [...]
 
Book: A Few Men Faithful (A Kavanagh Story) by Jim Wills
This first of four Kavanagh stories, A Few Men Faithful, sets the stage, defines the Kavanagh family and tells of a troubled land and an equally troubled romance amid war and treachery. The time span is 1916 to 1924 in Dublin, County Cork and Northern Ireland. Major events: Easter Rising, Secret War, War of Independence, the Irish Civil War. This last is little known and less explored, especially [...]
 
Book: Mystique (The Irish Heart's Series) by Mary Tate Engels
MYSTIQUE, a ghostly affair: Danika, a California lawyer meets up with a Red Coat Revolutionary War hero. Together they slip through the illusion of time for love. An ugly divorce leaves Danika bitter until she encounters a spirited romance in a mystical place. Will's desires leave her breathless and longing for more. It's a match made in Heaven (if you believe) until she must do the unthinkable. [...]
 
Book: Junkyard Druid (The Colin McCool Paranormal Suspense Series Book 1) by M.D. Massey
A cursed druid, blackmailed by a faery queen to find a missing magic rock. Let's just hope they don't hack the druid off... for everyone's sake. JUNKYARD DRUID A New Adult Urban Fantasy Novel From M.D. Massey Name's Colin McCool. Folks call me the Junkyard Druid. I hate that name. Despite my last name, I'm not "cool" like the other hunters in town. I don't run an occult bookstore, I've never [...]
 
Book: The Care of Goats and Ghosts (Maggie McGill Mysteries Book 8) by Sharon Burch Toner
As a psychotherapist, Maggie McGill often had dealt with the ghosts of past deeds and past influencers on her clients, such as a domineering mother or an abusive father. She'd seen the actions of these long gone people haunt her clients and their issues. Now in Ireland, she wonders if there are other types of ghosts, as well. Maggie and daughter, Allie, explore their family history and find so [...]
 
Book: Petticoat Rebels of 1916 - Extraordinary Women in Ireland's Struggle for Freedom by Brighid O'Sullivan
What would you do if you lived in Ireland and children all around you were starving, the few jobs allotted to men were scarce, unemployment so high people crammed together with no heat, no food, and no sanitation, poverty, crime, and infant death skyrocketed above every other country in Europe, and you blamed England? Petticoat Rebels of 1916 is about a some of the strongest, bravest women in [...]
 
Book: Under The Hazel Trees - Collected Works by Tim Mansfield
A collection of selected short stories and poetry written over a period of thirty years. Described as literary gems, they will make you laugh at times; and then cry tears that turn to liquid pearls - . This newly published book includes a series of seven stories entitled 'The Girl From' as well as previously unpublished poems. About the author: Poet, soldier, sailor is the best way to describe [...]
 
Book: The Hill of Kings by Anouk Beale
The story takes mostly part the hill of Tara the ancient seat of the high kings in county Meath. Where the main character Daniel learns he can do magic and that his great aunt didn't disappear but was turned into an insect. Balor of the evil eye is brought back in a modern way. And a potion makes it more difficult to defeat Balor a descendant of Balor of the evil eye. Embedded in the story there [...]
 
Book: Legacy of Hunger (Druid's Brooch Series, #1) by Christy Nicholas
Ireland is no promised land in 1846. It is wracked by a crippling potato blight, and people are dying. But Valentia McDowell doesn't know that. From her father's prosperous farm in Ohio, young Valentia is haunted by tales of an abandoned family and a lost heirloom. She travels to her grandmother's homeland with her brother, Conor, and two servants, to find both. Her delight in the exciting [...]
 
Book: The Blood Upon the Rose by Tim Vicary
Who does she love best? A British secret agent, or an IRA Volunteer? Ireland in 1919 is seething with violence, tension and divided loyalties - and so is the heart of the beautiful, wilful heiress Catherine O'Connell-Gort. For Catherine, by heritage, is a glittering symbol of British rule and oppression - yet by inclination she is a traitor to her class. A fervent supporter of Sinn Fein, she is [...]
 
Book: Secret Embrace (Irish Hearts Series) by Mary Tate Engels
SECRET EMBRACE, Book 3 - An Irish Romance of Love, Betrayal, and Too Many Secrets Claire's daughter, Brianna, risks everything as she pursues her passion in Ireland. Mitch sweeps her off her feet and into his arms, but is he the right one? Mitch is starting over in Dublin and hoping to steer his brother on the right path. He doesn't need another woman to ruin his life. Can he trust his heart to [...]
 
Book: Legacy of Truth (Druid's Brooch Series, #2) by Christy Nicholas
Set in late 18th century Ireland, Esme must grow up quickly in small, isolated northwestern town. Her parents are leaving for America, abandoning her and her sister to fend for themselves. As she struggles to find her place, she finds it difficult to keep hold of what's left that's precious to her. Once married and in a new town, Esme's only friend, Aisling, helps her through difficult times, as [...]
 
Book: IRELAND - Mythical, Magical, Mystical - A Guide to Hidden Ireland by Christy Nicholas
** LIMITED AUTOGRAPHED EDITION ** Do you find yourself drawn to the magic of the Emerald Isle? Would you like to see places beyond the typical tourist traps? Come, join me on a journey through the mists of legend, into the hidden places of mystery. Immerse yourself in the legends and myths, the history that has made this island precious in the hearts and minds of millions. Along with the tales [...]
 
Book: Embraceable You (Irish Hearts Series) by Mary Tate Engels
EMBRACEABLE YOU, Book 2 - Contemporary Romance with an Irish heart - Jobless and jilted, Siena makes waves in Haven's Point, Maine from the moment she arrives. From the nude manikin in her shop window to the topless fashion show Siena rocks their boat. Do her good intentions ruin her chance at romance? Zach, Siena's first love, is now town mayor. His plans for saving the town is to bulldoze and [...]
 
Book: A Wave From Mama - The Slavery and Beyond Series by A. Robert Allen
High-flying drama in Post-Slavery New York during the Building of the Brooklyn Bridge A former slave gets his dream job working on the bridge project, but finds himself at war with the gangs of Irishtown. Will the corrupt Metropolitan Police save or sacrifice him? 1863 Weeksville, Brooklyn: The free Black community of Weeksville becomes home to an unusually small boy and his mother who fled [...]
 
Book: Swearing Allegiance (The Carmody Saga Book 1) by Jana Petken
The 2017 Finalist, Indie Excellence Awards. From the multi-award-winning author of The Guardian of Secrets, Dark Shadows, and The Errant Flock, Swearing Allegiance: The Carmody Saga, about love, war, and betrayal, set during the First World War and Irish uprising. April 1916 - An Irish Easter uprising lays waste to Dublin and fractures a British Empire struggling to supply men and arms to defeat [...]
 
Book: The Devil's Due - An Irish Historical Thriller by L.D. Beyer
A country at war. A man on the run. A woman left behind. Can an innocent man ever go home? Guilty of a crime he didn't commit, IRA soldier Frank Kelleher flees through the streets of war-torn Ireland with both the British and the Irish Republican Army trying to put a bullet in his head. He makes his way to America under an assumed name and with a forged passport, as the war in Ireland rages on. [...]
 
Book: From a Foreign Shore - Stories of History and Alternate History by Andrew Knighton
What if someone had conquered the Vikings, someone claiming to be their gods? What if King Arthur's knights met a very different metal-clad warrior? What if you were ordered to execute a statue, and hanging just didn't seem to work? These short stories explore different aspects of history, some of them grounded in reality, some alternative takes on the past as we know it. Stories of daring and [...]
 
Book: How Winners Think British & Irish Lions by Robert Jones & Rhodri Jones
How do you develop your mental game to fully realize your sporting potential? How do you develop a winner's mindset to excel in sport? What are the most effective ways to avoid sabotaging your performance and success? A British & Irish Lions tour is all about the collective, the harmony, and four distinct nations coming together as one, it's also about pushing each other, that's the sand in the [...]
 
Book: Echoes from the Endzone - The Men We Became by Lisa Kelly
The Notre Dame Student-Athlete: Sports fans may have an idea of what it takes to play football at a Division I college: the training, the discipline, the pain, the motivation. But most of us have no idea what it takes to be a successful student-athlete at a top academic institution such as Notre Dame. Being a successful student-athlete at the University of Notre Dame requires more effort than [...]
 
Book: Sergeant Goldsby and the 10th Cavalry - The Worm Turns by Fred Staff
This fast paced, action packed historical novel follows the true life story of George Goldsby. He was born a slave and lived in Alabama until the Civil War broke out and was forced to work for his master in the war effort. He was at Picket's Charge and escaped during the battle at Gettysburg. He served in the Union Army until the end of the war and then returned home to find his life in as bad a [...]
 
Book: Stoking the Embers of War by Jerry Genesio
Stoking the Embers of War is a historical novel set in Portland, District of Maine, Massachusetts, 1789-90. The Treaty of Paris, which officially ended the American Revolutionary War, was signed less than seven years earlier, in 1783, and though all that remained of the war's inferno was little more than smoldering embers in the memories of those who survived, passions ignited by the conflict [...]
 
Book: Rasputin and The Jews - A Reversal of History by Delin Colón
This book is a well-documented account of Rasputin as a healer, equal rights activist and man of God, and why he was so vilified by the aristocracy that their vicious rumors became accepted as history. For nearly a century, Grigory Rasputin, spiritual advisor to Russia's last Tsar and Tsarina, has been unjustly maligned simply because history is written by the politically powerful and not by the [...]
 
Book: The Republic by Peter O'Lalor
This is a student's guide to the The Never Realized Republic published in print, (2004) and a Kindle rewrite, (March of 2012). Since the book covers a lot of history it also explains what makes history non-fiction and explains the history of the written word. It is a lesson in scholarship as well as a lesson not only in history, but what history the American Founders were most familiar with. For [...]
 
Book: Slave - Escaping The Chains of Freedom by Jacqueline Malcolm
It's 18th Century New York and the slave trade continues amidst an historical political upheaval. Hezekiah Thomas, born the son of a white General and his black enslaved mother, suddenly finds himself a free man. But what is freedom without money? Through a concoction of chance and opportunities, Hezekiah is faced with the decision to go against all of his convictions and become an owner of [...]
 
Book: Forebears by John Needham
When Jay Harding is given his grandmother June's diary after her death he discovers a vivid picture depicting one Englishwoman's life from childhood during the dark times of wartime Britain up to the present day. But he's already learned dark secrets. Prior to her passing his grandmother had told him the story of her forebears beginning in the early optimistic years of the twentieth century, [...]
 
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