Brendan Daly

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Spooked: The men and women paid by the super-wealthy to bury the evidence

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New Yorkers: The restless rhythms and strident voices of the Big Apple

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The Ministry of Bodies: Looking back in anger at medical misbehaviour

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Women vs Hollywood: A chatty but cutting examination of females on film

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Under a White Sky: Charting a way out of our planet’s grim environmental decline

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We Are Bellingcat: A citizen sleuth pulling back the veil on state-sponsored crimes

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America in Retreat: How the US let China get ahead in the race for world domination

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The Unusual Suspect: Tale of a latter-day Robin Hood’s doomed crime caper

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Breathtaking: An eyewitness account of a health service overwhelmed by Covid-19

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No Time Like the Future: Fox finds humour amid the cruelties of Parkinson’s

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The Upswing: How a superpower in turmoil can learn from its past

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The Lonely Century: How an ever more connected world has led to a crisis of loneliness

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Breezy history of recycling is not a throwaway topic

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Why We Drive: An uneasy fusion of car memoir and philosophical tract

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Flights of the imagination: Business Post writers recall their last trip abroad, and dream about their next one

Travel Nadine O’Regan 9 months ago

The Number Bias: How we have been blinded by the figures

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Splash!: A dip in the weird and wonderful world of swimming history

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Diary of a Young Naturalist: A joyful love letter to the wonders of the natural world

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Studied and sober analysis of why political sides are often poles apart

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The Lost Pianos of Siberia: An evocative journey through a cruel country that looked for redemption in its music

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