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Taking His Cue From The True Life Story Of Special Forces Operative Captain Robert Nairac, Eoin McNamee Has In The Ultras Weaved A Compelling Fictional Narrative Through The Backwaters Of History Set In The Ireland Of The S, It Brings To Life The Dangerous Shadowy Margins Of Society In Which Nairac Immersed Himself Before His Disappearance The Dangerous World Of Heretic Plotters, Outcasts, Para Militarists And Intelligence Agencies Alike The Ultras


About the Author: Eoin McNamee

McNamee was awarded a Macaulay Fellowship for Irish Literature in 1990, after his 1989 novella The Last of Deeds Raven Arts Press, Dublin , was shortlisted for the 1989 Irish Times Aer Lingus Award for Irish Literature The author currently lives in Ireland with his wife and two children, Owen and Kathleen.He also writes as John Creed.



10 thoughts on “The Ultras

  1. says:

    Dark book Similar to old John le Carr in the downbeat portrayal and uncertaintly of the spy game.No heroes here.Felt a bit strange being a fictionalisation of actual events, partly because of the lack of info on the actual events and partly because of the period and location of the events Also, as it s about the troubles it isone sided than I d thought it would beI don t mean it is biased, just that it looks purely at the unionist param


  2. says:

    This is a fascinating version of an especially nasty moment in the British Government s dirty war It gets an extra star for the in joke about someone called Joyce McKinney running a brothel the real JM wasinto kidnapping her favourite mormon , but it doesn t get top marks because McNamee has a habit of reflecting in a pseudo poetic way on every event Hence the novel keeps getting slowed down by stuff like They were hungry men The type of m


  3. says:

    A good book dealing with very recent Irish history The behavior of the British intelligence services, as personified by Robert Nairac is explored, revealing a modus operandum that would pleasure Hannibal Lector Of course Nairac ended up in an IRA sausage mincer on active service, thereby posing the question would the real Hannible Lector of the Irish troubles please stand up Politics aside, a gripping and exciting read Elements of psycho horr


  4. says:

    McNamee is clearly a huge DeLillo fan, and this is his Libra An outstanding and cliche free treatment of the Nairac enigma, for which McNamee deserves much wider credit and recognition he is one of this island s current greats.


  5. says:

    Found this boring The author tried to evoke a real sense of gritty working class Northern Ireland here, which to be fair he didbut the story itself was just dull, dull, dull Nearly stopped halfway through but my pedantic started so i ll finish, wouldn t allow itshame.


  6. says:

    This was a very complicated little book in that it was a mixture of fact and fiction A reviewer on ARRSE says, it has been suggested that it was published as a novel for libel reasons it might containunverifiable fact than we realise The author has obviously done a lot of research and has surely spoken to people who knew Nairac I have to take his word for it, given that he probably knows from whence he speaks.My knowledge of the Nairac murder comes pr


  7. says:

    I seem to remember this being a slightly fictionalised version of Bandit Country by Toby Harden


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