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Dún na Cinniúna
Sáirséal & Dill: 116 pp; paperback; ISBN 978 0 862895 15 4
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.
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