I tend from time to time to cite a book and have been known to indicate where that book might be purchased at a decent price locally.
I even mention the bookseller!
Oliver manages a remaindered bookshop on the narrow street,Mitchell Street.
He has for sale in the window at the moment what I consider a marvelous book of local and no doubt,wider interest:- Michael Fewer's,Rambling down the Suir - for the tidy sum of nine euros.
Published in 2009 by Ashfield Press the book is I believe a necessary companion to anyone with an interest in the river along it's length from Devil's Bit,near the source/pot to it's outpouring into the sea beyond the Hook and Crook below Passage.
Full of history,lore,anecdote and colour photographs of superb quality,opinion and with a decent Select Bibliography no home should be without it before Christmas!Purchase while stocks last.
The Bagwells and Marlfield House are introduced in some detail, as is Clonmel and every town and village in the three counties Kilkenny,Tipperary and Waterford.
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