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De Valera: Rule

by David McCullagh Gill Books (October 26, 2018)

In this, the concluding volume of David McCullagh’s monumental new life of the revolutionary and statesman, we join De Valera in 1932 as he takes the reins of power in the first Fianna Fáil government, and...


Madam Politician

by Martina Fitzgerald Gill Books (October 12, 2018)

Only 10 per cent of those who have sat at the cabinet table in Ireland in almost 100 years have been women, totalling just 19 female politicians. Along with the two former female presidents of Ireland, all of...


People Like Me

by Lynn Ruane Gill Books (September 14, 2018)

A force of nature from the day she was born, Lynn Ruane grew up in a loving home in Tallaght, West Dublin. But in her early teens things began to unravel, and she fell into a life of petty crime and chaotic...


Back on Track

by David Gillick Gill Books (September 07, 2018)

Reset your lifestyle with David Gillick’s four-part plan

A healthy lifestyle is key to looking and feeling your best, but sometimes life gets in the way and health and fitness goals go off track. Former elite...


My Brother Jason

by Tracey Corbett-Lynch & Ralph Riegel Gill Books (May 18, 2018)

In August 2014 Limerick man Jason Corbett was murdered by his wife, Molly Martens, and her father, ex-FBI agent Tom Martens, in the bedroom of their luxury North Carolina home. He had been savagely beaten to...


My Name is Bridget

by Alison O'Reilly Gill Books (April 20, 2018)

In 1946, twenty-six-year-old Bridget Dolan walked up the path to the front door of the Tuam Mother and Baby Home. Alone and pregnant, she was following in the footsteps of more than a century’s worth of lost...


The Source

by Judith McAdam Gill Books (April 27, 2018)

In The Source, spiritual teacher Judith McAdam blends her broad knowledge of alternative therapies, ancient spiritual traditions and world religions to reveal her groundbreaking principles for creating your...


Strumpet City

by James Plunkett Gill Books (July 26, 2012)

Strumpet City is, simply, one of the best Irish novels of the twentieth century and an enduring and popular classic.


A Guide to Teaching Practice in Ireland

by Brendan Walsh & Rose Dolan Gill Books (May 01, 2009)

A unique and practical text written specifically for those embarking on a post-primary teaching career in Ireland.


Glow

by Kate O'Brien Gill Books (March 09, 2018)

If you are frustrated by spending vast amounts of money on expensive skincare products that don’t deliver on their promise, Kate O’Brien’s easy four-week GLOW plan is a must.

Kate’s tried-and-tested revitalising...


Tony 10

by Tony O'Reilly & Declan Lynch Gill Books (March 02, 2018)

Tony 10 was the online betting username of Tony O’Reilly, the postman who became front-page news in 2011 after he stole €1.75 million from An Post while he was a branch manager in Gorey. He used the money...


When Panic Attacks

by Aine Tubridy Gill Books (February 23, 2018)

Hundreds of thousands of people in Ireland suffer from panic attacks and anxiety; but many struggle to access any meaningful help for these conditions.

Prompted by years of working with patients suffering from...


Slow at Work

by Aoife McElwain Gill Books (December 29, 2017)

The way we work has changed. We need new tools to help navigate this world of work – not only to achieve career success, but to stay sane while doing so – and this book can be one of them.

Our jobs can become...


Public Relations

by Ellen Gunning Gill Books (August 21, 2007)

Presents & positions the strategic roles and functions of Public Relations within general Marketing and Business objectives

Illustrates new examples, case studies, quotations, and current trends from established...


Modernising Irish Government

by Neil Collins & Terry Cradden Gill Books (May 15, 2007)

Modernising Irish Government presents the major historical turning points in the development of Irish public services with a particular focus on the civil service, covering the mid-nineteenth-century reforms,...


NAMA-Land

by Frank Connolly Gill Books (November 03, 2017)

The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) was created in 2009 to contain the spiralling fallout from Ireland’s property crisis. Its job as Ireland’s ‘bad bank’ was to act impartially to get the maximum...


The Rory’s Stories Guide to the GAA

by Rory O'Connor Gill Books (October 27, 2017)

Based on the popular Facebook page, which regularly reaches over 500,000 people, The Rory’s Stories Guide to the GAA sends up a certain kind of fan, one who is obsessed with the GAA calendar, the local club...


The Gospel According to Blindboy in 15 Short Stories

by Blindboy Boatclub Gill Books (October 27, 2017)

The Gospel According to Blindboy is a surreal and genre-defying collection of short stories and visual art exploring the myths, complacencies and contradictions at the heart of modern Ireland. Covering themes...


Consumer Behaviour

by Margaret Linehan Gill Books (May 06, 2008)

Wide-ranging and topical textbook on the rapidly changing field of consumer behaviour in the digital age, with reference to the Irish perspective

Introduces a concise yet comprehensive exploration of the key...


Engaging Young Children

by Nóirín Hayes & Margaret Kernan Gill Books (April 22, 2008)

This book is about the theory and processes that inform daily practice with young children in early childhood education and care settings. It offers a clear overview of the historical developments of early childhood...


Irish Government Today

by John O'Toole Gill Books (July 04, 2009)

A thoroughly revised and updated edition of this acclaimed text that reflects the extensive changes in the Irish system of government, including strategic management, parliamentary procedures and the management...


Irish Business and Society

by John Hogan, Paul F. Donnelly & Brendan K. O'Rourke Gill Books (October 29, 2010)

A collection of stimulating essays exploring the wide-ranging debates surrounding the relationship between business and society in 21st century Ireland.

Wide-ranging, diverse and thought-provoking contributions...


Education Studies in Ireland

by Brendan Walsh Gill Books (April 08, 2011)

A unique book providing a critical overview of the foundation disciplines of education. This book presents a comprehensive introduction to the five key disciplines that form the foundation of the study of education:...


Make That Grade Organisational Behaviour

by Michele Kehoe Gill Books (August 16, 2013)

New edition of this concise overview of organisational behaviour for quick reference or fast and effective exam revision.

Focussing on key themes and developments, this enhanced edition applies theoretical concepts...


Jack Lynch, A Biography

by Dermot Keogh Gill Books (September 04, 2009)

Jack Lynch is one of the most important and perhaps most underrated Irish political leaders of the twentieth century.

A sportsman who won six All-Ireland medals in a row with Cork, he was also a civil servant...


Using Evidence to Inform Policy

by Pete Lunn & Frances Ruane Gill Books (September 06, 2013)

Using Evidence to Inform Policy is a unique examination of how evidence can be used to improve policymaking, especially in challenging economic times.

There is a need for transparency in government and policy...


The Hidden Ireland – A Study of Gaelic Munster in the Eighteenth Century

by Daniel Corkery Gill Books (December 01, 1979)

Daniel Corkery’s classic book The Hidden Ireland is a study of Irish language poetry and culture in eighteenth-century Munster. The ‘Hidden Ireland’ of the title is literary Ireland: Corkery’s famous...


The Economy of Ireland

by John W. O'Hagan & Carol Newman Gill Books (August 22, 2014)

An essential book for students of economics as well as economists and policymakers.

The twelfth edition of this enduring and popular book surveys all major changes in the Irish economy in the past fifteen years,...


Train the Trainer

by Eleanor O'Carroll Gill Books (March 30, 2012)

Essential guide for those who wish to unlock their potential as a professional trainer. Learn how to develop your confidence, conquer your fear of public speaking and refine your skills.

Train the Trainer gives...


Education in Ireland

by Sheelagh Drudy Gill Books (December 04, 2009)

A contemporary snapshot of Irish education, this book positions 21st-century Irish education at the centre of the creation of the knowledge economy and outlines the challenges and changes presented as a result...


De Valera Volume 1

by David McCullagh Gill Books (October 20, 2017)

Éamon de Valera was the single most consequential Irish figure of the twentieth century. He was a leader in the Easter Rising, the figurehead of the anti-Treaty rebels during the dark days of the Civil War...


Dog Tales

by Andrea Hayes Gill Books (October 20, 2017)

Written by Andrea Hayes, the presenter of TV3’s Dog Tales, these are the inspiring and heartwarming stories of fourteen rescue dogs who rescued their owners right back. Filled with touching stories of love,...


The M Word

by Maïa Dunphy Gill Books (October 20, 2017)

Do you find yourself fumbling through motherhood? Join the club!

Babies are gorgeous, exhausting, tyrannical little bundles of joy. They demand all of our time, energy and sanity, and give us nothing but cute...


In America

by Caitríona Perry Gill Books (October 27, 2017)

As RTÉ’s Washington correspondent, Caitríona Perry has earned a reputation as a reliable source of truth as the world tries to make sense of the maelstrom of shocking headlines emanating from Donald Trump’s...


Words We Use

by Diarmaid Ó Muirithe Gill Books (October 31, 2006)

Diarmaid Ó Muirithe’s column Words We Use was a feature of The Irish Times for many years. This collection of his most memorable contributions, by turns witty and sympathetic, wears its prodigious learning...


Corn Flakes for Dinner

by Aidan Comerford Gill Books (October 13, 2017)

What do you do when both of your daughters have been diagnosed with autism, your wife is depressed and your job has been made redundant? You become a comedian!

After years of feeling like he was losing at life,...


The Choice

by Philly McMahon Gill Books (October 13, 2017)

When Dublin footballer Philly McMahon lost his older brother John in 2012, it brought to an end a painful decade, during which John had slipped from the family circle into a deteriorating cycle of addiction....


A Time to Risk All

by Clodagh Finn Gill Books (October 13, 2017)

Clodagh Finn has travelled throughout Europe to piece together the story of this remarkable, unknown Irish woman, meeting many of those children Mary Elmes saved. Here, in a book packed with courage, heroism,...


Plan B

by Cormac Lucey Gill Books (March 28, 2014)

The political establishment would have you believe that Ireland’s economic crisis is over. But leading Irish economist Cormac Lucey shows that it is premature to declare an end to the euro-crisis. He argues...


A Short History of Dublin

by Richard Killeen Gill Books (March 19, 2010)

Explore Dublin's hidden history, from the age of the Vikings to the present day, with this bestselling short history of the city. It's the perfect tour companion.

Dublin started as a Viking trading settlement...


Understanding Teenagers

by Tony Humphreys & Helen Ruddle Gill Books (August 17, 2012)

Helping young people towards maturity demands that they be mature themselves. Without such maturity it is difficult to relate fully to the challenging behaviour of some adolescents. A relationship that is genuine,...


The Evolution of Irish Nationalist Politics

by Tom Garvin Gill Books (September 13, 2005)

Professor Tom Garvin’s classic work studies the growth of nationalism in Ireland from the middle of the eighteenth century to modern times.

It traces the continuity of tradition from earlier organisations,...


Classic Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault

by Charles Perrault & Harry Clarke Gill Books (September 14, 2012)

This long unavailable collection of Charles Perrault's Classic Fairy Tales has been updated for a modern readership and accompanied by the stunning illustrations of Irish artist, Harry Clarke.

Although now best...


A Place Near Heaven A Year in West Cork

by Damien Enright Gill Books (April 27, 2004)

West Cork is a magical place. The countryside has remained unspoiled and the people unaffected.

A Place Near Heaven is the story of a calendar year in West Cork.

Tranquil and beautifully written, it is a book...


Nationalist Revolutionaries in Ireland 1858-1928

by Tom Garvin Gill Books (September 13, 2005)

The present-day Republic of Ireland was created by a revolutionary elite which developed between 1858 and 1914. Here, one of Ireland’s most eminent historians, Professor Tom Garvin, considers the social origins...


The Abbey Rebels of 1916

by Fearghal McGarry Gill Books (October 30, 2015)

The story of the 1916 Easter Rising and its aftermath from a new persepective

The Abbey Theatre played a leading role in the politicisation of the revolutionary generation that won Irish freedom, but comparatively...


Heal the World

by David Icke Gill Books (May 24, 1999)

The Earth is in crisis. Clearly, humanity has lost touch with Nature. We are, every second, committing appalling damage to the environment, to ourselves, to other species and to the home we share.

The answers...


The Easter Rebellion

by Max Caulfield Gill Books (March 01, 1995)

This is a scrupulously researched and superbly written account of the events of that fateful week.

The narrative proceeds almost on an hour-by-hour basis building up a picture which, while immensely detailed,...


The Good Fight

by Jim McDowell Gill Books (September 15, 2017)

The year is 1969. The start of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. For Jim McDowell, a rookie reporter, it was the beginning of a life at the heart of one of world’s most notorious and bitter conflicts.

His gripping...


Famine Echoes – Folk Memories of the Great Irish Famine

by Cathal Poirteir Gill Books (September 01, 1995)

Famine Echoes is a groundbreaking oral account of the Great Irish Potato Famine of 1845–52, telling the stories of its victims for the first time ever in their own words and those of their descendants.

‘When...