Every Dark Hour: A History of Kilmainham Jail
This is actually the first full-length history of Kilmainham Jail, one of Ireland's most visited tourist sites. It had been a robust symbol of British rule over Ireland its residents through the years included the bold Robert Emmet and, of course, it was also where the 1916 rebels were taken and executed. The book is compiled by long-serving archivist, Niamh O'Sullivan, with intensive knowledge of the jail and the ones who have been imprisoned there. The book is lavishly illustrated numerous previously unpublished photographs.