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The Omega Factory

Berry, Steve
The Ghent Altarpiece is the most violated work of art in the world. Thirteen times it has been vandalized, dismantled, or stolen. Why? What secrets does it hold?


Boyle, Frankie
Frankie Boyle makes his crime fiction debut with a wild, exhilarating, gripping ride through modern day Glasgow as we follow a drug-fuelled amateur detective trying to solve the murder of his best friend. For fans of Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting to The Crow Road by Iain Banks and Mark Billingham

Violet Made of Thorns

Chen, Gina
There's always a price for defying destiny.

Murder Before Evensong

Coles, Richard
'I've been waiting for a novel with vicars, rude old ladies, murder and sausage dogs ... et voila!' DAWN FRENCH

Finding Me - A Memoir

Davis, Viola
Finding Me is Viola Davis' story, in her own words, and spans her incredible, inspiring life, from her coming-of-age in Rhode Island to her present day. Hers is a story of overcoming, a true hero's journey. Deeply personal, brutally honest, and riveting, Finding Me is a timeless and spellbinding memoir that will capture hearts and minds around the globe.

Emma Raducanu : When Tennis Came Home

Dickson, Mike
Full of authoritative insights and eye-opening details, Emma Raducanu: When Tennis Came Home paints an inspiring and compelling picture of one of the brightest new stars in British sport.

All-Star Gazing : 50 Years of the GAA All-Stars

Dunne, Eileen
Fifty years on, the story of the All-Stars has been penned by Moira and Eileen Dunne, daughters of Mick Dunne, who along with his fellow journalists, Paddy Downey, John D Hickey and Pádraig Puirséal, got the scheme up and running in 1971.

Beyond the Glen of Imaal

Gibson, Maura Mary
Wicklow local history