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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

The Mandela Brief

Grant, Thomas
Through the great set-pieces of the legal struggle against apartheid - cases which made the headlines not just in South Africa, but across the world - this biography is a portrait of enduring moral stature.

Listening Still

Griffin, Anne
From the bestselling author of When All is Said comes a delicious new novel about a young woman who can hear the dead - a talent which is both a gift and a curse. Jeanie Masterson has a gift: she can hear the recently dead and give voice to their final wishes and revelations. Inherited from her father, this gift has enabled the family undertakers to flourish in their small Irish town.

Sparring Partners

Grisham, John
Three thrilling stories of the law from the master of the legal thriller.

The Hotel Nantucket

Hilderbrand, Elin
Combining Elin Hilderbrand's trademark emotion and escapism with generations of secrets and scandals, Hotel Nantucket is a beach book unlike any other from 'Queen of the Summer Novel' (People).

Secret Lives Hurt

Holbrook, Tricia
A phone call can change a life. An old letter can change it more and nobody understands a broken heart like another broken heart.

Flying Solo

Holmes, Linda
Romantic Fiction