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Penguin Books, May 1, 2012 - Drug traffic - 452 pages
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This is an account of the growth of Irish organized crime. Williams provides a revealing insight into how Ireland's crime scene changed so rapidly, describes the shocking depths to which Irish criminals have sunk, and explores how crime has corroded communities and destroyed families.

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Paul Williams is Emeritus Professor of Indian and Tibetan Philosophy and founding co-director of the Centre for Buddhist Studies at the University of Bristol. He is author of Mah y na Buddhism: The Doctrinal Foundations (2nd edition, 2009), The Reflexive Nature of Awareness: A Tibetan Madhyamaka Defence (1998), Altruism and Reality: Studies in the Philosophy of Bodhicary vat ra (1998), The Unexpected Way: On Converting from Buddhism to Catholicism (2001) and Songs of Love, Poems of Sadness: The Erotic Verse of the Sixth Dalai Lama (2004). He is co-author, with Anthony Tribe, of Buddhist Thought: A Complete Introduction to the Indian Tradition (2nd edition, 2012) and was sole editor of the eight-volume series Buddhism: Critical Concepts in Religious Studies (2005).

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