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The negative reviews of this excellent work seem to miss the point: Moloney wasn't aiming to present new cast-iron evidence of incidents during the Troubles or provide a fully balanced account of this and he certainly doesn't put across personal views (anti-Republican or otherwise). Rather he relays the stories of Hughes and Ervine in their own words. His personal contributions merely add the facts and context necessary for a full reading these stories.
To the reader who suggested the Maloney is anti-Republican, I would suggest that you re-read the section on the appaling conditions in Long Kesh - it certainly does not portray the British government or the prison service in a… Read more