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Hooked on Hope Street?

Discover the intriguing story of the real Port Devine and meet real-life characters who are every bit as interesting as those depicted on TV in Harry Allen's highly wonderful, colour-illustrated history of the seaside town that the BBC series Hope Street is set in.

Donaghadee, An Illustrated History
(Image: Christopher Barr)


An Illustrated History

Harry Allen

The picturesque County Down port of Donaghadee was once renowned as the 'gateway to Ulster'. Russian Archdukes, literary luminaries like Keats and Boswell, and penniless migrants by the thousand all fetched up at its quay.

Recent publications

Her Other Language: Northern Irish Women Writers Address Domestic Violence and Abuse

Her Other Language

Northern Irish Women Writers Address Domestic Violence and Abuse

Ruth Carr and Natasha Cuddington

Her Other Language is an anthology of writing by women which seeks to focus attention on domestic violence and abuse. Its contributors include distinguished writers such as Lucy Caldwell, Leontia Flynn, Bernie McGill, Joan Newmann and Medbh McGuckian alongside emerging and first-time writers and survivors.

Con O'Neill: Last Gaelic Lord of Upper Clannaboy

Con O'Neill

Last Gaelic Lord of Upper Clannaboy

Roy H. Greer

Stunning new book commemorates enigmatic chief's four hundredth anniversary

Game of Thrones 'tame by comparison'

This exciting new work commemorates the four hundredth anniversary of the death of Con O’Neill, whose passing marked the end of the Gaelic way of life in Ulster.