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Ghosts

Banville, John
9780330371858
Opens with a shipwreck, leaving a party of sightseers temporarily marooned on an island. The stranded castaways make their way towards the refuge of the isle's reclusive savant; but the big isolated house which is home to Professor Silas Kreutznaer and his laconic assistant, Licht, is also home to another, unnamed presence.
€11.45

THE BOOK OF EVIDENCE

Banville, John
9780330371872
The darkly compelling confession of an improbable murderer, shortlisted for the 1989 Booker Prize.
€11.40

Birchwood

Banville, John
9780330372329
This is one of the most startling of the century's varied achievements in Irish writing' Seamus Deane
€10.62

Kepler

Banville, John
9780330372336
Volume Two of the Revolutions Trilogy
€11.45

Doctor Copernicus

Banville, John
9780330372343
Volume One of the Revolutions Trilogy
€11.45

The Newton Letter

Banville, John
9780330372350
From the author of the Man Booker Prize-winning novel The Sea.
€11.45

Eclipse

Banville, John
9780330482226
A captivating, melancholy ghost story will captivate every discerning reader.
€11.63

The Sea

Banville, John
9780330483292
Winner of the 2005 Man Booker Prize
€11.64

Infinities

Banville, John
9780330450256
The dazzling new novel from the Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sea
€10.30

The Singularities: A Novel

Banville, John
9780593536834
From the revered Booker Prize-winning author comes a playful, multilayered novel of nostalgia, life and death, and quantum theory, which opens with the return of one of his most celebrated characters as he is released from prison.
€16.99

Shroud

Banville, John
9780330483148
A chillingly beautiful novel by the author of the Man Booker Prize-winning The Sea.
€11.63

The Book of Evidence & The Sea

Banville, John
9781841593678
Takes us into the hauntingly confused worlds of two ageing male protagonists - washed-up scientist Freddie Montgomery, desperate to explain why he is being held in an Irish prison for murder and recently widowed art historian Max Morden, who has returned to a sleepy seaside boarding house to relive the events of his first adolescent awakenings.
€14.65