Dublin, Gill and MacMillan: 2009
Condition: Used Very Good.
Very light shelf rubbing to edges and corners, generally a nice tight and clean copy. Richie Barron died on a lonely country road as he walked home in October 1996. Six weeks later, twelve innocent people were arrested, suspected of his murder. Six years later, a tribunal was established. It would take six more years for the full truth to emerge. Thjis book tells the shocking story of what happened in County Donegal from the night Richie Barron died to the conclusion of the work of the Morris tribunal. Illustrated. View More...