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'Why should people care about a murder during war time?' Two men attempt to solve the killing of a young boy during the Irish War of Independence in 1920.

Digital

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The ebook and your name in the back of the book.

Hardback

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A first edition of the hardback plus the ebook and your name in the back of the book.

Signed

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A signed first edition of the hardback plus the ebook and your name in the back of the book.

Art Print

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A print of the cover art, signed by Aidan plus everything at the signed level

Dinner

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Your place at a Dinner with Aidan at a London restaurant to discuss the book, plus a first edition of the hardback plus the ebook and your name in the back of the book.

One to One

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Tea, Guinness and chess are central themes in the book, join Aidan to indulge in one, two or all three of them, plus a first edition of the hardback plus the ebook and your name in the back of the book.

Lunchtime Talk

Aidan will deliver a lunchtime talk at your organisation or company on the topics of the book, including moral courage and leadership, which Aidan has lectured on all over the world, and were the themes of his PhD. Plus five first editions of the hardback, five ebooks and your name in the back of the book.

Patron

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Become the book's patron and have a special thanks printed in the front of the book, and Aidan will deliver a lecture to a venue/occasion of your choosing on, “Human Rights, Moral Courage and Leadership in the contemporary world”: both moral courage and leadership are core themes of the book which Aidan has lectured on all over the world, and were the themes of his PhD. Plus ten first editions of the hardback, ten ebooks and your name in the back of the book.