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by Roy Keane

Rejected by every big club he approached, when Brian Clough finally gave Roy Keane a chance at Nottingham Forest he seized it and has never let go. As the inspirational captain of the most famous football (soccer) club in the world, he's been the driving force behind Manchester United's unprecedented run of success that includes back-to-back doubles, the treble and the World Club Championship. In a team of world-class players, Keane's influence cannot be overstated.
Click here for Keane.

The Emerald Age of Baseball
by Jerrold Casway

During the "Emerald Age" of baseball, Irish-American players comprised from 30 to 50 percent of all players, managers, and team captains. Baseball for young Irishmen was a ticket out of poverty into a life of fame and fortune. Jerrold Casway offers a compelling examination of the life and career of Ed Delahanty - the first "King of Swatsville’s." Through Delahanty’s story, Casway traces the evolving character of major league baseball and its effect on the lives and ambitions of its athletes.
Click here for The Emerald Age of Baseball.

Somewhere in Ireland, a Village is Missing an Idiot
by David Feherty

His golf is that of Everyman, where expletives, immaturity and the occasional ingestion of alcohol combine to make it a fun and infuriating game. If you like your golf writing irreverent, dicey and honest, you will certainly enjoy this. One word of warning though, do not read this book in a libary, hospital, or anywhere else you will get in trouble for laughing out loud.
Click here for Village Idiot.

The Road to Ballybunion
by John Degarmo

Anyone who has ever played golf in Ireland will appreciate the author’s detailed descriptions of his experiences traveling and playing the world-class courses of the southwest. And for the golfer who hasn’t yet had the pleasure, this book is a must-read!
Click here for The Road to Ballybunion.

Only Golf Spoken here
by Ivan Morris

A book that will entertain more than just passionate golfers, this compilation of essays is witty and thoughtful and will give even non-golfers a glimpse into what makes the author so passionate - and nuts - about the game! Edited and adapted from an Amazon review.
Click here for Only Golf Spoken here.

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Fri, Feb 2, 2018

Irish God and Goddess of love

Oengus is the Irish God of love, beauty and youth. According to the old folklore, his kisses became birds. It is also said that he dreamed of a beautiful maiden, named Caer, for whom he searched all over Ireland. Eventually, he found her chained to 150 other maidens, destined to become swans at the time of Samhain. Legend has it that Oengus transformed himself into a swan and was united with his love.
Aine of Knockaine is the Irish Goddess of love. She is also known as the Fairy Queen of Munster and as a goddess of fertility beause she has control and command over crops and animals, especially cattle. Another name by which she is known is Aillen. To learn more about Irish mythology, please click Irish Myths & Legends.
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Can't Find it?!

Our Library is compiled from what we know and like. If you can't find what you're looking for read on.
• First: go to Amazon -
There's no escaping the fact that they are the largest catalog.
Note: There are multiple Amazons and they do not carry exactly the same items. Any one of the U.S., U.K. and Canada sites may not have the item but another Amazon will. Each site will ship anywhere in the world. Try them all before you give up.
Click here for Amazon.US.
Click here for Amazon.UK.
Click here for Amazon.Canada.
• Second: Amazon doesn't have it? Try Powells. They are the largest book source in New York and they have a good selection of 'out of print' books. Click here for Powells.
This link brings you to a list of 600 Irish titles; if you're looking for something else, just Search.
• Third: Still can't find It? Alright, try ALibris they are the place for 'books you never thought you'd find'. We've found everything we were after. Click here for ALibris.
• Last: Nothing Worked?
E-Mail us, we'll give it a go. Click for Russ & Bridget.

Celtic Bookmark

Elegant bookmark is made of silver over pewter. It measures 3" x 1". When in use, the pretty Celtic design sticks out of your book. Or choose Trinity Knot or Celtic Heart.

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