(Fiction, 352 pp. 2017)
Three intertwining voices span the twentieth century to tell the unknown story of the Jews in Ireland, in this heartbreaking portrait of what it means to belong, and how storytelling can redeem us all.
Review by Mike Broida, Los Angeles Review of Books, February 2, 2017
Review by Oona Frawley, The Guardian, July 1, 2016
Review by Sarah Gilmartin, Irish Times, July 9, 2016
Research Notes by Ruth Gilligan
Ruth Gilligan speaks at the New York State Writers Institute, 2017 (5 min. video)
Ruth Gilligan on The Irish and the Jews (25 min. video)