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The Grateful Water

Adelman, Juliana
A detective story that swelters and smells of the oppressively hot Dublin summer 1866, by a debut fiction author steeped in the history of the city.

Ravelling: 'A glorious novel, tough and hilarious and full of heart'

Birdy, Estelle
SET IN DUBLIN'S LIBERTIES, Estelle Birdy's explosively original debut Ravelling channels the energies and agonies of young men let loose in the city, where they balance their hopes with the harsh realities of their present. Hurtling between friendships, feuds, drug-deals, family and brushes with the law, this is modern Dublin as never before portrayed.

Hey, Zoey

Crossan, Sarah
Imagine discovering an animatronic sex doll hidden in the garage. What would you do?

Hey, Zoey

Crossan, Sarah

The World’s End

Fitzgibbon, Karen
A modern-day psychological thriller set in an idyllic Irish fishing village.

Ghost Mountain

Hession, Ronan
Ghost Mountain is a fable-like novel about a mountain that appears suddenly, and the way in which its manifestation ripples through the lives of characters in the surrounding community.

The Alternatives

Hughes, Caoilinn
Equal parts hilarious and profound, The Alternatives is an urgent new novel from a major voice in Irish fiction

The Dalkey Book Festival - A Novella

Kennedy, Conan