There are other books available on this subject, but I was recommended these two:
Non-fiction: To Hell or Barbados: The ethnic cleansing of Ireland
By Sean O’Callaghan
A vivid account of the Irish slave trade: the previously untold story of over 50,000 Irish men, women and children who were transported to Barbados and Virginia.
This book starts with the invasion of Ireland by Cromwell.
Fiction based on history, but contains citations: Testimony of an Irish Slave Girl by Kate McCafferty
Kidnapped from Galway, Ireland, as a young girl, shipped to Barbados, and forced to work the land alongside African slaves, Cot Daley’s life has been shaped by injustice. In this stunning debut novel, Kate McCafferty re-creates, through Cot’s story, the history of the more than fifty thousand Irish who were sold as indentured servants to Caribbean plantation owners during the seventeenth century. As Cot tells her story-the brutal journey to Barbados, the harrowing years of fieldwork on the sugarcane plantations, her marriage to an African slave and rebel leader, and the fate of her children—her testimony reveals an exceptional woman’s astonishing life.
There is a Q&A with the author here.