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A Boy Called Christmas

Haig, Matt
The first magical book in the festive series, from number one bestselling author Matt Haig, and featuring enchanting illustrations from Chris Mould

A Field Guide To Getting Lost

Solnit, Rebecca
Solnit's revelatory modern classic exploring philosophy, history, art and metaphysics

A Shameful Murder

Harrison, Cora
Introducing a new, Irish historical mystery series set in war-torn 1920s Cork, featuring the savvy amateur sleuth Mother Aquinas

Above the Waterfall

Rash, Ron
From the New York Times bestseller comes a haunting novel with the poetic quality of William Faulkner

Academy Street

Costello, Mary
Tess Lohan appears to be a quiet child. But within lies a heart of fire. A fire that will propel her from her native Ireland into the hurly-burly of 1960s New York. In this city she will face the twists of a life graced with great beauty, but forever floating close to hazard.

All Over Creation

Ozeki, Ruth
Yumi Fuller hasn't set foot in her parents' farm in Idaho since she ran away when she was fifteen. Now, twenty-five years later, the prodigal daughter - and now a struggling single mother of three - is returning home, desperate to win back the love of her ailing father and to confront her best friend and her conflicted past.

An Unjust Judge

Harrison, Cora


Ammaniti, Niccolo
The extraordinary dystopian novel from the author of the international bestseller I'm Not Scared


Byrne, David
An intimate, enigmatic glimpse into the mind of the legendary musician and internationally bestselling author of How Music Works. With a new introduction by the author

Audacity Of Hope

Obama, Barack
Barack Obama's success in becoming President-Elect of the United States means he can change the face that his country presents to the world. In this book he discusses the importance of empathy in politics, his hopes for a different America with different policies, and how the ideals of its democracy can be renewed.


Barry, Kevin
One of the most talked-about novels of 2015. Winner of the Goldsmiths prize and shortlisted for the Irish Book Awards Novel of the Year.