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Annraoi Ó Liatháin

Annraoi Ó Liatháin was a novelist who wrote for adults and teenagers. Among his work are, Laochra na Machairí (1958), Claíomh an Díoltais (1961), Pící Loch Garman (1964), An Tíogar Daonna (1966), Dún na Cinniúna (1966), Buíon Éireannach in Albain (1975), Luaithreach an Bhua (1970) agus Nead na gCreabhar (1977). He died in the year 1981.

An historical novel set in the last fort held by the Gaeil in Ulster. In 1651, Eoghan Rua Ó Néill is dead and Cromwell's army has swept the country. In Ulster, a small band of Gaeil under Féilim Ó Néill stand alone. They fortify Mountcharles Fort against the English. Before long they are surrounded by the English and their artillery is trained against the Gaelic garrison.

A dark and bloody thriller set in Ireland in the last years of the last century. A unit of the British Army Special Forces has gone out of control, and have gone amock in Ireland/ Only one man can deal with this menace: Ruairí Mac Aodha!

A ceasefire was announced between the Confederation of Kilkenny and Charles I in 1644. An Irish brigade sailed across the sea to Scotland to take part in the fight against the Covenenters. Annraoi Ó Liatháin tells the vivid tale of an Irish invasion of Scotland in the seventeenth century – blood, guts and intrigue!