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Black Mountain: and other stories

Adams, Gerry
In this collection, one of Ireland's best-known political figures brings us stories of politics, of family, of love and of friendship. These are portraits of Ireland, and especially Belfast, old and new, in times of struggle and in times of peace, showing how our past is always part of our present.

The Marble Collector

Ahern, Cecelia
A box of possessions. A father with no memory. A daughter with just one day to piece together the past.


Ahern, Cecelia
The Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller She will change your life forever... 'An emotional love story with great heart' Sunday Express


Ahern, Cecelia
The thrilling, shocking and romantic sequel to the bestselling YA debut FLAWED is finally here. When we embrace all our flaws, that's when we can finally become PERFECT...


Ahern, Cecelia


Ahern, Cecelia
The long-awaited sequel to the international bestseller PS, I Love You!


Ahern, Cecelia
The brand new novel from million-copy bestselling author Cecelia Ahern. Five people. Five chances. One Woman's search for happiness.


Ahern, Cecelia
`Cecelia Ahern at her quirky, magical best' Daily Mail

Her Name Was Rose

Allan, Claire
`AMAZING. I read it in one go. I was totally hooked.' MARIAN KEYES `Utterly addictive. Compulsive, twisty, tense.' CLAIRE DOUGLAS, author of Local Girl Missing

Forget Me Not

Allan, Claire
`AMAZING' Marian Keyes

Ask No Questions

Allan, Claire
Not all secrets are meant to come out... Twenty-five years ago, on Halloween night, eight-year-old Kelly Doherty went missing while out trick or treating with friends. Her body was found three days later, floating face down, on the banks of the Creggan Reservoir by two of her young classmates. It was a crime that rocked Derry to the core. Journalist Ingrid Devlin is investigating - but someone doesn't want her to know the truth.

Constructing Alice

To the casual observer Alice Dalton’s life might have seemed idyllic. But in the quiet of her middle class Dublin home she lived her life with a damaged mother, an authoritarian father, rebellious brothers and warring sisters. In a bitterly divided country that is tearing itself apart, Alice’s pursuit of independence, identity and love takes her on a perilous journey through attraction, hypocrisy, courtship, and intolerance.Alice Dalton is a headstrong middle-class young Catholic woman who is determined to live life as she chooses. George Gilbert is a working class Protestant who loves his family and wants nothing more than to play his music. When Alice and George fall in love, they are thrust into a world of religious intolerance and social discrimination. Alice must combat alienation and exclusion while George fights prejudice, intolerance and the stigma of serious illness. Constructing Alice is a deeply affecting story of love against all the odds.