The assassinations of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Thomas Henry Burke at Phoenix Park, Dublin, in 1882 continue to fascinate. This is not the first book about them. However, The Times Literary Supplement (The TLS) says "It can be hard to navigate the intricacies of nineteenth-century Irish political history accessibly, but Julie Kavanagh’s well-researched The Irish Assassins turns the complex story of the Phoenix Park murders and their aftermath into a pacy and absorbing narrative. Character-driven and strong on human interest". You can read the full article here.