Hidden bodies and unsolved murders
For decades, RTÉ journalist and author Barry Cummins has closely followed some of the most high-profile missing cases in Ireland. With more than 60,000 copies sold, this fully revised edition of Missing: The Unsolved Cases of Ireland’s Vanished Women and Children is a comprehensive and shocking account of 30 years of investigations into the unsolved cases of those who have been abducted, murdered or simply vanished in Ireland. In this exclusive extract from the book, Cummins looks at the unsolved cases of the murders of Patricia Doherty and Marie Kilmartin.
Special report: The rise and rise of a real-life Mr Big
How Christy Kinahan became the leader of a €1 billion crime empire
Philip Cairns suspect Eamonn Cooke hid in plain sight for 30 years
Gardai hopeful new witnesses may now come forward to help solve the 30-year mystery
Julia Holmes: a life of crime: The outrageous conwoman with a honeyed tongue
A con artist, a bigamist, a fantasist, a sweet talking criminal who left a trail of destruction
Barry Cummins: Shadow of the gunmen looms large over Dublin
The repercussions of the gangland murders will be felt for a long time to come
Why has the Wee County borne witness to so much violence?
The fact that Garda Tony Golden was murdered in Co Louth has shaken the local force to its core once again
Legacy of lost lives and lonely Graves
Was a serial killer abducting and murdering women throughout Ireland during the 1990s? Or, even more chillingly, were the multiple disappearances the work of numerous psychopaths operating independently of each other?
The curious, crooked life of Julia Holmes
In a life less ordinary, Julia Holmes defrauded people in the US, Ireland and Australia, spent time in jail on both sides of the Atlantic, was a bigamist, a successful social climber, and ultimately an enigma whose unexplained death now falls to a co