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Aesop i gConamara

Mac Congail, Nollaig

An Taobh Eile den Scamall

Bowman, Conor

As You Were

Feeney, Elaine

Deadly Lesson

Butler, S. J.
Mayo author. An unflinching and heart-racing thriller from the author of Between the Lines. Perfect for fans of M. W. Craven and Robert Bryndza.

Scenes of a Graphic Nature

O'Donoghue, Caroline
A darkly comic and searingly honest novel about going back to your roots by the acclaimed author of Promising Young Women

That Old Country Music

Barry, Kevin
Full of love, melancholy and magic - the new story collection from the Booker-longlisted author of Night Boat to Tangier

The 32: An Anthology of Irish Working-Class Voices

McVeigh, Paul
Sixteen established authors - including Kevin Barry, Roddy Doyle, Lisa McInerney and Lyra McKee - and sixteen new voices write on their experience of being working-class in Ireland

The Godmothers

McInerney, Monica
After a troubled and tragic childhood, Eliza is invited to the UK to visit her two godmothers, Olivia and Maxie. Throwing caution to the wind, Eliza accepts and takes a leap into the unknown...

The Nameless Ones-- Signed Hardback Edition

Connolly, John
Private Investigator Charlie Parker returns in this heart-pounding thriller, with Angel and Louis taking centre stage, following from events in A BOOK OF BONES, from the internationally bestselling author of the acclaimed Charlie Parker novels.

The Traveller and Other Stories: Thirteen unnerving tales from the bestselling author of The Twelve

Neville, Stuart
Here are old friends and older fiends.' Stuart's pleasure in the short story is evidenced in these thirteen tales, culminating in the previously unpublished novella, 'The Traveller', which sees Jack Lennon (from The Final Silence) and his daughter Ellen McKenna, pitted against the unnamed assassin who is targeting them.


Deeds, R J

When Silence Hurts

Frehill, Anne
Evelyn Moore and her husband Kevin present as a happily married couple. It is Redmills’ greatest lie.