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West Cork

Author: Jo Kerrigan
Publisher: O'Brien Press
ISBN: 9781847178886
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Spectacular color photos of Ireland's West Cork region, with text to interest both the traveller and one interested in the history of the area.

Manhattan To West Cork

Author: Alice Carey
Publisher: The Collins Press
ISBN: 1848895763
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As a young girl Alice Carey came to realise that ‘home’ can mean different things. The only child of Irish immigrants to New York in search of a better life, her isolated and sometimes violent childhood was transformed when her mother started working as maid to legendary Broadway producer Jean Dalrymple. In Miss D.’s elegant Park Avenue town house, Alice was exposed to a life she had only seen in films. Her mother worked to save up enough money for them both to go ‘home’ to Ireland, travelling down below on ocean liners. Ireland in the 1960s was radically different from New York in every way, especially in its morality and attitudes to clerical abuse. Yet despite the darkness, many years later Alice and her husband fell in love with an abandoned Georgian farmhouse in west Cork. As they restored its stables, Alice began unearthing buried childhood memories played out in wildly divergent homes in New York City, Fire Island and Killarney. Manhattan to West Cork is the poignant tale of a young girl raised in a difficult environment juxtaposed with the story of a grown woman trying to make sense of her childhood. "A great read ... Alice started her first diary aged 10; this love of recording may explain her perceptive eye and ear and why the simplicity of her narration draws us in." – Irish Examiner

Famine In West Cork

Author: Patrick Hickey
Publisher: Mercier PressLtd
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An original, detailed study of the Famine, its antecedents and its aftermath in West Cork.

Massacre In West Cork

Author: Barry Keane
Publisher: Mercier PressLtd
ISBN: 9781781172032
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A recounting of Ireland's 1922 Dunmanway Massacre, which argues that the brutal killings were not a sign of 'ethnic cleansing,' but occurred simply as an act of revenge.

Death In December

Author: Michael Sheridan
Publisher: The O'Brien Press
ISBN: 1847175198
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On 23 December 1996, the body of Sophie Toscan du Plantier was discovered outside her remote holiday cottage near Schull in West Cork. The attack had been savage and merciless. The murder caused shock waves in her native France and in the quiet Cork countryside that she had chosen as her retreat from the high-flying lifestyle of the film business in which she and her husband mixed. Six years later, and despite an extensive investigation, the killer of Sophie is still at largeand the file remains open. Death in December is the fascinating and compelling story of how an independent and beautiful woman sought peace and sanctuary and instead found violence and the ultimate terror. It gives a chilling profile of the killer whom pyschologists believe will strike again.

The Kindness Of Place 20 Years In West Cork

Author: Damien Enright
Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd
ISBN: 0717151824
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Damien Enright is a journalist, television writer-presenter, broadcaster and poet. He has written a weekly nature column in theIrish Examiner for twelve years. He is the author of five walking guides to West Cork and of the much acclaimed A Place Near Heaven.

West Cork

Author: Alannah Hopkin
Publisher: The Collins Press
ISBN: 1848890737
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You can't eat scenery' is an old saying about making a living in beautiful but remote places. West Cork is such a place, remarkable for the many ways people make it work for them. Alannah Hopkin discovers a vibrant community of diverse people with compelling stories to tell. A multi-faceted portrait of west Cork.