Leave a message here, or mail us at administrator@IrishInterest.ie
Search works best if you use whole words, separated by spaces, rather than abbreviations
Click Search while Search field is empty will return you to the newly listed books
It's All in Your Head: Stories from the Frontline of Psychosomatic Illness
By: Suzanne O'Sullivan
29 Jun 2016 - Vintage
Pauline first became ill when she was fifteen. What seemed to be a urinary infection became joint pain, then life-threatening appendicitis. After a routine operation Pauline lost all the strength in her legs. Shortly aft ...Quick View
People Handling: Handbook2nd edition
By: Sheenagh Orchard , Marek Szepietowski , Kingsley Jones , Przemyslaw Krupski , Magdalena Switon , Robert Lewandowski , Jacek Pieciak
12 Jun 2014 - Health and Safety Publications Ltd
Information from Publishers is pending. ...Quick View
Advancing Community Mental Health Services in Ireland: Guidance Papers2nd edition
By: Health Service Executive Public Communications
01 Jul 2013 - Health Service Executive
Health Service Executive Annual Report and Financial Statements 2012 20122nd edition
01 Jun 2013 - Health Service Executive
Irish Contraception and Crisis Pregnancy (ICCP) Study: Crisis Pregnancy Agency Report No. 7: A Surv
By: Kay Rundle , Collette Leigh , Hannah McGee , Richard Layte
20 Sep 2004 - Crisis Pregnancy Agency
Principles of Orthomolecularism
By: R.A.S. Hemat
20 Aug 2004 - Urotext
Practical Techniques of Physiotherapy Examination and Treatment of the Shoulder
By: Helen French , Karen McCreesh , Jeremy Walsh , Marc Sexton
01 Oct 2005 - Clinics in Motion
Practical Techniques of Physiotherapy Examination and Treatment of the Elbow Wrist and Hand
Practical Techniques of Physiotherapy Examination and Treatment of the Pelvis and Hip
Practical Techniques of Physiotherapy Examination and Treatment: Series 1, v. 1-6
29 Oct 2005 - Clinics in Motion
Orthomolecularism for Prostate Cancer: No. 3
01 Jan 2011 - Urotext
Orthomolecularism for Prostate Cancer: No. 1
This site provides you with information on all the latest books
published in Ireland. The site aims to bring information about books
from or about Ireland to the widest possible audience, both in Ireland
and throughout the world.
Irish Interest in based on one very simple idea: to bring the
contents of any Irish bookshop to people everywhere, especially those
outside Ireland who do not have the possibility of keeping abreast of
new books published in Ireland. The Irish Interest web platform is
purely a provider of information about new publications. The aim of the
site is to have every publishing house in Ireland adding their latest
titles as they become available. Hyperlinks to each title bring users of
the site directly to the publisher.’s web area or to a sales site
where books can be purchased.
"EVERY IRISH BOOK EVER" is our motto.
Simply put, our plan is to build this database into a virtual library that contains information about every Irish book ever published.
Beginning from the time before the Book of Kells and meandering through the centuries right up to the present day,
even books that are scheduled for publication in the future can be added.
Join with us and help to build the most comprehensive, easily accessible and user-friendly database that will bring the joy of Irish literature to
Send us an e-mail with your suggestions.
Irishinterest.ie, Irishinterest.com, and its owners take no
responsibility for information issued on its site that is posted by
third parties. It is the sole responsibility of the third parties who
utilize the site for publication of any information to ensure that such
information is correct and does not infringe laws and the rights of
others who may be affected by publication of such information. Disputed
material will be removed pending clarification.
Irishinterest.ie and its owners strive at all times to preserver the privacy of all personal information stored on its website and servers. Information deemed to be private and confidential will not be communicated to any parties or divulged in any way.
Cookies and similar technologies
Irishinterest.ie and its owners are not responsible for external data collection entities. Third party sites with access to Irishinterest.ie may be able to acquire or assimilate data. Cookies and similar technologies can be utilized by third parties accessing our site without our knowledge.