Category Archives: books by Ros Black

Scandal Salvation & Suffrage – the official publication day 28th March

It’s the official publication date tomorrow which means the book will be available either in stock or to order from all good bookshops. The book is still available through this website and the good news is that I’ve decided to … Continue reading

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What the Temperance Movement did for us?

I have just done a live interview on Newstalk Radio, Dublin They had picked up on the press release for Scandal Salvation and Suffrage – The Amazing Women of The Temperance Movement from the publisher The presenter, Tara, … Continue reading

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It will be available in all good bookshops soon, but the new book has now been printed. It’s available from and will shortly be available through this website at a special early bird rate

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