PubliBook Ireland are delighted to announce the publication of a number of new books recently.
Darren Darkers second novel chronicling the adventures of John Morgan No End to The Lies was published on April 15th.
Barely recovered from his encounter with neo-Nazis seeking revenge, Morgan is now faced with protecting the family of his murdered friend. Confronted by the intransigence of the Gardai, the ruthlessness of rival drug gangs and a web of lies and deceit Morgan risks his life to protect his dead friend’s wife and children.
The brutal murder of Morgan’s friend Rob O’Dwyer is only the beginning of a nigthmare for his wife and children with Morgan facing a race against time to find the hidden drugs cache that is his only hope of saving the family.
Combining gripping, fast – paced action with a clever well developed plot, No End to the Lies draws the reader in. The harsh and brutal reality of Ireland’s criminal underworld and the fate of those who are unwittingly caught up in it are brilliantly recounted.
Enniskerry: Archives Notes and Stories from the Village
Michael Seery’s book Enniskerry: Archives Notes and Stories from the Village is a collection of essays, articles, and images gathered over the last two years at the Enniskerry History website. It tells the stories of people living in the village, from all social classes. It provides contemporary reports of buildings, developments, giving perspectives of both residents and visitors to the village. Those interested in their family history will find hundreds of names listed in the various land surveys, work account and pension books and other local sources, brought together and indexed for the first time. The book is illustrated with a diverse range of images of one of Irelands iconic villages.
Michael Seery is a local historian. His book, Enniskerry: A History, which describes the development of the village from the eighteenth to the twentieth century, was published in 2011