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Barrett, Colin

We Were Young

Campbell, Niamh
From the author of This Happy and winner of the Sunday Times Short Story Audible Award, comes a deeply moving, funny, profound novel about Cormac, a man approaching forty and still single, and the women that prop up his life. A novel for readers of Anne Enright, Tessa Hadley, Sally Rooney and Jonathan Franzen.

The Happy Couple

Dolan, Naoise
Naoise Dolan, author of the runaway sensation Exciting Times, returns with a novel about four characters, linked by the wedding they are all set to attend. Will it be the happiest day of their lives? The beginning of the lives they have always imagined? Or the end of them?

The Happy Couple

Dolan, Naoise
Meet the happy couple. Luke and Celine, are in mutual unrequited love with each other, set to marry in a year's time. The best man, Archie, is meant to want to move up the corporate ladder and on from his love for Luke; yet he stands where he is, admiring the view.

The Night Interns

Duffy, Austin

Factory Girls

Gallen, Michelle
The second novel from the Costa Prize shortlisted author of Big Girl, Small Town, Factory Girls is 'the perfect pick for those missing their dose of Derry Girls' (Irish Examiner)


Gilmartin, Sarah


Gilmartin, Sarah
The waitress. The chef. The chef's wife. Three different stories, but which one contains the truth?

Secrets We Keep

Hogan, Faith
Two distant relatives, drawn together in companionship are forced to confront their pasts and learn that some people are good at keeping secrets and some secrets are never meant to be kept.

The Other Guinness Girl : A Question of Honor

Hourican, Emily
Set against the rise of Nazism, the abdication of a king, and the slide into World War II, The Other Guinness Girl is a sweeping novel of love, desire, friendship and self-discovery.

Walk the Blue Fields

Keegan, Claire
REPRINT. 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.

Soldier Sailor

Kilroy, Claire
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER NOW A resonant and provocative novel about motherhood from the prize-winning author of The Devil I Know and Tenderwire. 'Kilroy packs a stunning worldly wisdom into her beautiful prose.' BARBARA KINGSOLVER Well, Sailor.