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Grave Expectations

Bell, Alice
Janice Hallett meets Ben Aaronovitch in this debut crime series that will have you laughing loudly enough to raise the dead.

Stones Corner Light: Volume 3

Buckley, Jane
Stones Corner, Light, set in the early 1980s of war-torn Ulster, continues the sensational cliff-hanging series of thrillers, Turmoil and Darkness.

All Wrapped Up: A hilarious and heart-warming festive romance

Bunbury, Ally
A hilarious and heart-warming festive romance


Coyle, Caitriona
A powerful and captivating story of newly-wed young Gracie and her husband, Jim Logue, who struggle to find their footing when they move to a small Irish village.

The Fortunes of Olivia Richmond (Irish Début)

Davidson, Louise
The Cambridgeshire Fens, 1890. Julia Perlie takes a job as companion to Olivia Richmond, a troubled young woman who is obsessed with spiritualism. But what secrets lie hidden in this bleak, superstitious town? And what is the spectre that lies in wait for Julia as she tries to rebuild a shattered life?

Tearing Stripes off Zebras: Forty Years of Women Writing in Ireland

Dunne, Catherine
Tearing Stripes off Zebras is an anthology of new literary writing by women who, at one time or another, have participated in the WEB writers' group in Dublin which emerged in the mid 1980s after some contributors attended workshops organised by the Women's Education Bureau (WEB), the national association of Irish women writers.

Is it Actually Love for Lexie Byrne (aged 421/4)

Grace-Cassidy, Caroline
Lexie and Barbara embark on a journey to Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way, looking for the long-lost daughter of Lexie's late friend Mairead, with plenty of laughs, tears and a broken-down car along the way. Then it's time to collect Frances and get to Adam's for Christmas Eve.

The Keepsake Quilters: A heart-warming story of mothers and daughters

Hayes-McCoy, Felicity
Set between bustling London and a sleepy village in Ireland's Wicklow mountains, The Keepsake Quilters tells the stories of three generations of women and the patchwork of fabrics that reconciles their unspoken family past with their dysfunctional present, and the possibility of a joyful future

This Christmas: The most romantic love story since The Holiday

Heatherington, Emma
A Christmas romcom that could come straight from the pages of a Richard Curtis film script!'

The Sphere of Light: Secrets of the Boleyn Women

Henning Jocelyn, Ann
In The Sphere of Light, the unknown nephew of Anne and Mary explores the well-kept secrets of the Boleyn women. Unfolding like a detective story, his findings add a brand new slant to the gruesome fate that befell the family, dispelling age-old myths of ruthless ambition, sexual obsession, or simply madness.

Something from Tiffany's Film Tie In

Hill, Melissa
Soon to be a major Amazon Original film. Amazon & Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine Set Zoey Deutch For Daryl Wein-Helmed ‘Something From Tiffany’s'.