Rough Justice with James Scannell

Drumcondra Library invites you to ‘Rough Justice’ a ONE DUBLIN ONE BOOK TALK with James Scannell from the Old Dublin Society, Drumcondra Library Tuesday 18th April at 6.30pm. Tying in with the themes in ONE DUBLIN ONE BOOK for 2023 THE CORONER’S DAUGHTER by Andrew Hughes, the talk will look at police intelligence reports of the period (1800’S) THE CORONER’S DAUGHTER is set highlighting how offenders were treated.

Book your place here or drop us an email [email protected] or give us a call on T 01 222 8344.

James Scannell is the current Hon. President of The Old Dublin Society and is a frequent presenter of talks to local history societies and a regular contributor of articles to local history society publications. He has also compiled since 1992 the weekly ‘Event Diary of Local History Society Meeting’ which has been broadcast on several local radio stations in the Greater Dublin Area.

One Dublin One Book is a Dublin City Council initiative, led by Dublin City Libraries, which encourages everyone to read a book connected with the capital city during the month of April every year. This year’s choice, THE CORONER’S DAUGHTER is available to borrow from all public libraries nationwide, and on eBook format from BorrowBox. 

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