Boobies, Baobabs and Bot Flies
Experiences of a ‘foreigner’
This book stories relate experiences with fascinating and complex cultures; encounters with rare and increasingly vulnerable animals and plants; consequences of nutritional adventures – both exquisite and disgusting; and reflections on fascinating aspects of the historical development, or physical achievements, of ancient peoples.
In his thought provoking book, John Cogavin, sets out to demonstrate how every wife and husband, despite imperfections, can deepen and develop their relationship through their spirituality. Reflecting on personal, Christian and married spirituality the book goes on to delve into the timeless question: What is Love?
This book is a guide and gives you insight into wisdom that is fast becoming the norm. In the past, only the very wise ones had access to this kind of information but now more and more are causing the universe to speak through many to grant them ways and answers on how to live an easier life and how to create a miraculous one.
The Staggered End of European Civilisation. During the last ninety-odd years, three big blows were struck against European civilisation by the Russian Revolution, the German Nazi Revolution and the Second American Revolution (…) Desmond Fennell argues that while European civilisation in Europe and America survived after the first two assaults, it will not recover from the third… Available on Published In Ireland.
James O’Mara – The Story of an Original Sinn Feiner
This biography does justice to a great Irishman; it is an enthralling record of his participation in the creation of Ireland as an independent country. First published in 1961, the biography was written by James O’Mara’s daughter, Patricia Lavelle. It has been re-published at the request of the family as a tribute to the memory of their forebears. Available on Published In Ireland…