The Irish Revolutionary Leader Michael Collins died on August 22, 1922 at Béal na mBláth, a small village in County Cork, Ireland. Author S.M. Sigerson delves beyond the official story of an ambush presenting a new picture of the event by exploring the evidence and eye witness accounts. Can Sigerson crack this cold case?
In Clonmac’s Bridge by Jeffrey Perren, a maritime archeologist from the University of Virginia, Griffin Clonmac finds a perfectly preserved ninth-century bridge in Ireland, submerged in the mud of the River Shannon. Everyone, including his lover and the Irish Government, seems to be working against Griffin to discover its secrets. The story travels between the modern day excavation and the ninth-century monastery.
Ramblings in Ireland by Kerry Dwyer is an account of a Brit ex-pat living in France, and her French husband, Bertrand, ramble literally and intellectually through Ireland. Their rambles include life, love and the helpfulness of having a partner who can read a map.