Non Fiction

Get Well Soon – By Nick Duerden

When Nick Duerden became ill with an all-too-common, if routinely misunderstood, viral condition, his doctor didn’t know what to suggest. And so he was forced to plunge into the often bewildering, but increasingly blossoming, world of alternative therapy in pursuit of a cure.


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I Am the Border, So I Am by @BorderIrish

Local reader review: ‘I am the Border, so I am’ A hilarious tongue in cheek view of history of Irish border. A Christmas gift for anyone born in Ireland in mid to late twentieth century. As others see us


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In The Shadow Of The Eight – By Peter Boylan

In over forty years in medicine – seven of these as Master of the National Maternity Hospital – obstetrician Peter Boylan was at the births of more than 6,000 babies.


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The Murder Of Dr. Muldoon – A True Story

A suspect priest and a widow’s fight for justice. This is based on a true story.


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Wilful Blindness – By Margaret Heffernan

We turn a blind eye in order to feel safe, to avoid conflict, to reduce anxiety and to protect prestige. It makes us feel good at first, with consequences we don’t see. But greater understanding leads to solutions, and Heffernan shows how – by challenging our biases, encouraging debate, discouraging conformity, and not backing away from difficult or complicated problems – we can be more mindful of what’s going on around us and be proactive instead of reactive.


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