Sunday January 26, 2020

Books of the year

Andrew Lynch delivers his guide to the best non-fiction offerings of 2019 in the genres of history, politics, sport and memoir

15th December, 2019
Poor children of Dublin collecting firewood from the ruined buildings damaged in the Easter Rising. Picture: Getty


Children of the Troubles

By Joe Duffy and Freya McClements

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