Dublin Literary Award - 2023 Longlist

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Song For The Missing

Jarawan, Pierre
24 MUST-READ 2022 BOOKS IN TRANSLATION as selected by BOOK RIOT Lebanese German author Jarawan (The Storyteller) movingly evokes life in Lebanon in his affecting and complex latest. This is a gripping, human look at a tragedy that still haunts an entire nation.--Publishers Weekly

Small Things Like These: Longlisted for the Booker Prize 2022

Keegan, Claire
'Exquisite.' Damon Galgut 'Masterly.' The Times 'Miraculous.' Herald 'Astonishing.' Colm Toibin 'Stunning.' Sunday Independent 'Absolutely beautiful.' Douglas Stuart A Book of the Year in The Times and The New Statesman It is 1985, in an Irish town.


Kent, Hannah
1836, Prussia. Hanne is nearly fifteen and the domestic world of womanhood is quickly closing in on her. A child of nature, she yearns instead for the rush of the river, the wind dancing around her. Hanne finds little comfort in the local girls and friendship doesnt come easily, until she meets Thea and she finds in her a kindred spirit and finally, acceptance.


Kent, Hannah
The powerful, moving and truly unique novel from the international bestselling author of Burial Rites and The Good People.

Nettle & Bone

Kingfisher, T.
A dark and compelling fantasy about sisterhood, impossible tasks and the price of power, from award-winning author T. Kingfisher.

Of Fangs and Talons

Mathieu, Nicolas
The first novel by Goncourt-winning Nicolas Mathieu: a literary crime novel about class, poverty and the criminal underworld.

The Clockwork Girl: The captivating and bestselling gothic mystery you won't want to miss in 2023!

Mazzola, Anna
The Miniaturist meets Fingersmith: darkly delicious historical fiction set in C18th France, where children are disappearing from the streets, clockwork creations can imitate life itself, and three extraordinary women are battling for their freedom...

The Wonders

Medel, Elena
This is a story about money, about how the money that a woman does not have will shape her life.

The Wonders

Medel, Elena


Melchor, Fernanda
Written in a chilling torrent of prose by one of our most thrilling new writers, Paradais explores the explosive fragility of Mexican society - fractured by issues of race, class and violence - and how the myths, desires, and hardships of teenagers can tear life apart at the seams.