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Launch of Guildford Four memoir Life After Life by Paddy Armstrong at Lillie’s Bordello

Launch of Guildford Four memoir Life After Life by Paddy Armstrong at Lillie’s Bordello

31 March 2017
A large crowd turned out at Lillie’s Bordello Thursday evening for the launch of Life After Life by Paddy Armstrong of The Guildford Four, among them Caroline Kennedy and Tom McGurk, Christy Moore, Alan Ambsby, Kim Kennedy-Smith and Paddy Hill of The Birmingham Six who was in prison with Paddy.
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The Line by Dr Ian Gargan: What would it take to make you cross it?

The Line by Dr Ian Gargan: What would it take to make you cross it?

26 October 2016
In The Line Ireland’s leading forensic psychologist Dr Ian Gargan draws the reader into the disordered criminal mind, unravelling the motives of violent and prodigious offenders and mapping the fine line between right and wrong – the set of life circumstances that could make any of us cross over into criminality and violence, highlighting that there aren’t many differences between us and them.
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Frank Connolly: "Tom Gilmartin's story deserves to be told"

Frank Connolly: "Tom Gilmartin's story deserves to be told"

20 May 2014
Journalist Frank Connolly, author of a newly-published biography of Tom Gilmartin, explains how his story inspired him to reveal the greed and corruption at the heart of Irish politics.  
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Frank Connolly's new book, Tom Gilmartin, published by Gill Books

Frank Connolly's new book, Tom Gilmartin, published by Gill Books

05 April 2014
The book tells Tom Gilmartin’s story. From humble beginnings in the west of Ireland to success in the world of mechanical engineering and property development in England, Gilmartin returned to Dublin in the 1980s with ambitious plans for two retail developments to create substantial employment in the city but was frustrated by corruption at the very highest level in Irish politics.
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Gill Books excited to publish with Gay Byrne again after 25 years

Gill Books excited to publish with Gay Byrne again after 25 years

27 September 2013
It is 25 years since Gay Byrne published his autobiography with Gill Books, The Time of My Life (1987) but in a new book based on his popular RTÉ television series, The Meaning of Life with Gay Byrne, he shares some of the highlights of his in-depth conversations with well-known names from all walks of public life, alongside personal memories and insights from those encounters.
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We are delighted to announce that a record number of 12 Gill Books authors have been shortlisted for The Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards 2017. Huge congratulations to everyone who made this year’s shortlist. View the full shortlist ... Read More >

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