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A Land Without Wolves

Wade, Daniel
The Highwayman Joseph MacTire takes an orphan boy under his wing and gets caught up in the Irish Rebellion of 1798. This is a Historical Fiction based in 18th century Ireland.

Adventues of Sedgewick Harris

O'Connor, A.F.
Followers of Sherlock Holmes should enjoy these stories featuring the private detective Sedgewick Harris and his friend Jonathan. Set in the west of Ireland of the 1950s, they take you through the towns and villages of Connemara as the duo become involved in remarkable adventures. Mystery and intrigue occur in Clifden, Oughterard, Louisburgh, Roundstone and among the lakes, mountains and valleys of these wonderful places.

Aisling and the City

McLysaght, Emer
If she can make it there, she’ll make it anywhere

April in Spain HB

Banville, John
Don't disturb the dead. On the idyllic coast of San Sebastian, Spain, Dublin pathologist Quirke is struggling to relax - despite the beaches, the cafes and the company of his disarmingly lovely wife.

Baby It's Cold Outside

Bell, Emily

Baire na Fola

O Grianna, Seamus

Before My Actual Heart Breaks

Delaney, Tish

Bending to Earth : Strange Stories by Irish Women (PB)

Showers, Brian (ED)

Curfew & Other Eerie Tales (PB)

Boston, Lucy

December Stories 2

Sansom, Ian

Disappearing Act: A Host Of Other Characters In 16 Short Stories

Sheehan, Robert
Robert Sheehan is one of Ireland's brightest stars, both at home and abroad. Best known for his roles in Love/Hate and The Umbrella Academy, in his debut collection of short stories, Sheehan disappears into characters and experiences the challenges and the complacencies of everyday experience, often from entirely unexpected angles.

Eyes of Terror and Other Dark Adventures (PB)

Meade, L T