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 AFTERMATH — REVIEWS 

Royal Institute of International Affairs by M. L. R. Smith

Tribune Magazine review by John Coulter

Times Literary Supplement review by Mary Kenny

Sunday Times review by Liam Clark

Sunday Tribune review by Suzanne Breen

Sunday Business Post review by John Burke

Scostman review by Allan Massie

Irish Examiner review by Richard Fitzpatrick

Irish Times review by Richard English

The Independent review by David McKittrick

Metro review by Joanne Ahem

London Evening Standard review

Sunday Times review by Stephen Robinson

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AFTERMATH – INTERVIEWS

Read the Belfast Telegraph article Lindy McDowell: Omagh - the last precious tear of a dead daughter

Read the Belfast Telegraph article My personal Aftermath

Read the Irish Independent interview by Books editor John Spain: After Omagh: the families who took on the bombers

Watch the breakfast TV interview on TV3

Read the interview with Jenny Lee in the Irish News: After the Aftermath

Read the review of the launch party in BookBrunch by Liz Thomson

Mandleson changed by Omagh bomb – read the BBC web story

Watch videos of speeches at the London launch party by Lords Mandelson and Salisbury

  Cover of Aftermath - the Omagh Bombing and the Families' pursuit of justice  

"It combines Dudley Edwards's ability as a gifted historian with her skill as a journalist to produce a hugely important and authoritative book that reads as compulsively as a thriller."
John Spain, Irish Independent

"A hurtling journey, often hilarious and sometimes monstrous, through newspapers, class, politics and sex; not just the double biography of two extraordinary men, but a sideways history of Britain in the fifties and sixties"
Andrew Marr

"The depth of her learning and the breadth of her sympathy, make this a compelling book, the product of genuine free thinking and spare, fine writing. Few books published this year will have the charm, learning, wisdom and humanity of The Faithful Tribe"
The Times

This is the help-manual I longed for when I was a young student of Irish history but eventually had to write myself. It’s still the reference book I use most often.’ 
Ruth Dudley Edwards

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