Trying to relate the kindly men and women of his childhood with the deeds made public years after they died, Fergal Keane’s devastating history of a local murder asks, what is a terrorist? And how do people live with the act of killing? Facing these people and their stories at last, Wounds searches for a deeper sense of the personal history that made this colonial war.
by Prof. Andrew Pessin
by Kathiann M. Kowalski
by Paul Root Wolpe
by Gary A. Sojka
by Daniel N. Robinson
by Name Plutarch
by Sergio Ramirez
by Andrea McLean
by Andreas Onnerfors
by Adam Price
by Kevin Young
"A family story of murder, blood and betrayal that tore an Irish town apart.
“Keane’s real distinction was in his reporting talents, which as this book shows, are considerable.” EVENING STANDARD
“With this electrifying and heart-rending tale BBC foreign correspondent Fergal Keane has catapulted himself into the top rank of our military historians.” DAILY EXPRESS"
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