From the author of Foster and the Booker Prize shortlisted Small Things Like These.
'Perfect short stories.' Anne Enright
'Breath-taking.' Irish Times
'Her stories are as good as Chekhov.' David Mitchell
A writer alone at a retreat is faced with an unwelcome visitor. A priest seeks solace from a romantic memory. A farmhand regrets losing the finest woman in town. In this remarkable collection of stories, Claire Keegan observes an Ireland wrestling with its past.