Ireland -- fiction

Fin M'Coul: The Giant of Knockmany Hill

By Tomie de Paola

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Fin M'Coul's wife, Oonagh, helps him outwit his arch rival, Cucullin.

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Too Many Leprechauns, or, How that Pot o' Gold Got to the End of the Rainbow

By Stephen Krensky

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Finn O'Finnegan returns home after a year in Dublin and when he finds his village taken over by leprechauns, he must devise a way to get them to leave without making them angry.

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Grania: She-King of the Irish Seas

By Morgan Llywelyn

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Here is an extraordinary novel about real-life Irish chieftain Grace O'Malley...the story of a magnificent, sixteenth-century heroine whose spirit and passion are the spirit and passion of Ireland itself.

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Absolution by Murder

By Peter Tremayne

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Seventh-century Ireland is the scene of Celtic-style Christianity vs. Roman Christianity, warrior-kings, and brutal murder. Can Fidelma, sister to the king and judge in her own right, discover who has murdered the abbess of Kildare? A sister of the Celtic persuasion, Fidelma is teamed with her intellectual and spiritual equal, Brother Eadulf, who owes his allegience to Rome. First of a series.

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