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Bell, Caragh
Third in a series of stories which feature strong heroines set in the glitzy world of the rich and famous.

The Dark Room

Blake, Sam (Author)
A pacey and thrilling tale from the author of the number one Irish Times bestseller, Keep Your Eyes on Me.

It Rose Up: A Selection of Lost Irish Fantasy Stories

Fennell, Jack
With strange combinations of occultism, electricity, magic and playfully Biblical archetypes, the fifteen darkly funny stories in this book illuminate a side of Irish literary history that is often overlooked.

A Haunting At Holkham

Glenconner, Anne
The thrilling new mystery from the bestselling author of Lady in Waiting and Murder on Mustique. Set during WWII in Holkham, think Downton Abbey meets Knives Out ...


O'Ceallaigh, Philip

The Pawnbroker's Reward

O'Rourke, Declan
Declan O–Rourke’s award-winning album, Chronicles of the Great Irish Famine, was released to critical acclaim in 2017. It illuminated an extraordinary series of eye-witness accounts, including the story of Pádraig and Cáit ua Buachalla. Four years on, in Declan’s meticulously researched literary debut, the story of the ua Buachalla family is woven into a powerful, multilayered work showing us the famine as it happened through the lens of a single town – Macroom, Co. Cork – and its environs.

Fire in My Head

Roddy, Moya
Moya Roddy’s new collection of stories catapult us into the minds and hearts of working-class people who, despite a class system that offers them very little, reveal their own strength and potential through friendship, community and solidarity.