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Winter Papers Volume 9 : 2023

Barry, Kevin (ED)
Vol 9 of Winter Papers Ireland’s annual arts anthology is published by Curlew Editions. It will offer fiction, non-fiction, poetry, photography, visual arts, along with craft interviews and in-conversation pieces on writing, film, theatre, photography and music.

Last Christmas at Ballyclare

Bell, Emily

The Mystery of Four

Blake, Sam
A brilliantly twisty country house-set thriller from the No. 1 bestselling author of Remember My Name

Topographia Hibernica

Boatclub, Blindboy
The new short-story collection from Irish bestselling author, musician and comedian Blindboy Boatclub


Boyne, John
From internationally bestselling author John Boyne comes a masterfully reflective story about one woman coming to terms with the demons of her past and finding a new path forward.

The Love Department

Bunbury, Ally
Imogen Brooks, Head of Personal Shopping at the exclusive Keyes department store, has a gift for instinctively knowing what people want, even before they do. The countdown to Christmas is on and Imogen is busier than ever, even going the extra mile to pair up the perfect couples among her clients. Unfortunately, her own perfect match is nowhere to be found.

Jane Eyre on Social Media: The perfect gift for Bronte fans

Day, Sarah
Sarah Day and Claire McGowan retell Jane Eyre for the modern-day social media world: Reader, she married him. But not before a LOT of discussion of his behaviour in the group chat.

It's a Wonderful Life for Lexie Byrne (aged 41 1/4)

Grace-Cassidy, Caroline
- Sophie White, author of Unfiltered An unexpected love story of magical moments, Christmas surprises and life-affirming decisions - Lexie Byrne is back! And life is wonderful, thank you very much.

Insect Literature

Hearn, Lafcadio

Japanese Ghost Stories

Hearn, Lafcadio

The Secrets of Twilight Bay

Hingerty, Liza
Lara travels to a Greek island to find peace after her boyfriend tells her they are finished and subsequently disappears. When her life is threatened by strange events she begins to question whether the mishaps may be connected to someone from her life in Dublin. Thus putting herself in graver danger.


Keegan, Claire
New edition.