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A Second Life

Bolger, Dermot
Following a car crash, for several seconds Dublin photographer Sean Blake is clinically dead but finds his progress towards the afterworld blocked by a haunting face he only partially recognises.

The Echo Chamber

Boyne, John

Aisling and the City

Breen & McLysaght
If she can make it there, she’ll make it anywhere...

The Body Count: A Caroline Jordan Mystery 2

Byrne, Geraldine Moorke
New Friends. New Clients. New Enemies. Old Secrets...


Devlin, Martina
Martina Devlin, an award-winning columnist for the Irish Independent and podcaster for Dublin City of Literature #CityofBooks, has delivered a new novel based on the life of Edith Somerville of 'Somerville and Ross' fame - authors of The Irish R.M.

A Name for Himself

Dunne, Catherine
Farrell is a loner who has survived a fractured childhood. He finds love with Grace, the daughter of his employer. But issues of class, and emotional and mental fragility, threaten to destroy their relationship. In his desire to protect the woman he loves, Farrell gets caught up in the violence of an obsession. The results are catastrophic.

Fierce Tears Frail Deeds

Good Forrestal, Anne
Fierce Tears, Frail Deeds is an historical novel based on the experiences of the author’s grandparents, Sean and Delia MacCaoilte, during the turbulent period in 1922 between the Dail vote on the Treaty and the outbreak of the Civil War.

The Unexpected Love Story of Lexie Byrne (aged 39 1/2)

Grace-Cassidy, Caroline
Funny, entertaining and delivered with a delightful lightness of touch, perfect for fans of Marian Keyes and Sophie Kinsella.

The Ladies' Midnight Swimming Club

Hogan, Faith
Three women, three different stages of life, united by one thing: the chance to start again. A story of friendship, taking chances and finding a new lease in life - no matter your age.

The Guinness Girls : A Hint of Scandal

Hourican, Emily
Inspired by true-life events, The Guinness Girls: A Hint of Scandal is a sweeping, epic novel of Ireland and Britain in the grip of change, and a story of how three women who wanted for nothing were about to learn that they couldn't have everything.

The End of the World is a Cul de Sac

Kennedy, Louise

Captain America / Iron Man : The Armor & The Shield

Landy, Derek
Irish Author! Two of the greatest Avengers of all unite! When a government agent turned Hydra provocateur stages a daring breakout on her way to prison, the escape attracts the attention of both Captain America and Iron Man!