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Ed Moloney's A Secret History of the IRA

Revealing Secrets - Blanket Editorial

Jomo Kenyata in the Mau Mau — Never - John Nixon

Teething Troubles - Henry McDonald

A Wilderness of Mirrors - Seaghán Ó Murchú

A Balancing Act - Martin Patriquin

Exposing Adams' Secrets To The Light Of Day - Jim Cusack

A Secret History - Deaglan O Donghaile

The Real IRA - Eamonn McCann

Read It And Weep - Mick Hall

The Wily Ways of a Boy from Ballymurphy - Barry White

The Political Treachery at the Heart of the IRA - Toby Harnden

How Clever Was Adams? - Henry Patterson

A Secret History - Niall Stanage

That Book - Tommy McKearney

At Last We Know the Human Cost of Gerry Adams - Paul Bew


Republican Voices, edited by Kevin Bean and Mark Hayes

Philip Ferguson reviews

Republican Voices, Reviewed by the Irish Democrat

Was It All Worth It?, asks Jim O Rourke of FRFI

Republican Voices launched in Belfast


Martin McGuinness: From Guns To Government, by Liam Clarke and Kathryn Johnston

A Decommissioned Provo? - Anthony McIntyre

Derry's Papa Doc - Deaglán Ó Donghaile


Joe Cahill: A Life In The IRA by Brendan Anderson


Making Sense of the Troubles: The Story of Conflict in Northern Ireland


H3, The Movie

This Troubled Land: Voices from Northern Ireland on the Front Lines of Peace by Patrick Rucker

Northern Protestants, An Unsettled People by Susan McKay

Ghostly Demarcations: A Symposium on Jacques Derrida's Spectres Of Marx Edited by Michael Sprinker

The Cause of Ireland: From the United Irishmen to Partition by Liz Curtis

Birth of A Republic by Eoin Neeson

The End of the Peace Process, by Edward Said

Inside the Maze, by Chris Ryder

Trimble, by Henry McDonald

Wherever Green Is Worn, by Tim Pat Coogan

The Dublin and Monaghan Bombings, by Don Mullan

Contesting Ireland, by Thomas McLoughlin


For previous book reviews please see the book review section of the IRWG website.




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