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Magic and Myth: Ireland's Fairy Tales

Scott, Michael

Legends and Lore: Ireland's Folk Tales

Scott, Michael

Unconquered City

Scully, Diarmuid

A Model Partner

Seery, Daniel



Bog Bodies (Irish Author)

Shalvey, Declan
An Irish gangster, on the run after a job gone wrong, stumbles upon a young woman lost in the Dublin mountains.


Sharma, Jade
'Funny, observant, self-destructive Maya has problems. A sweet, handsome, heavy-drinking husband she's not sure she loves. Her detached, selfish lover. Her overdue thesis and dead-end job. Her dying mother. Herself, most of all, and her escalating drug habit. What's left when those are peeled away? Balancing vivid intensity with numb disdain, Problems makes a story of addiction and redemption fresh, necessary and desperately funny. Explicit and raw, Problems is an astonishing debut novel.


Shatter, Alan

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.

Snámh na Saoirse

Sheehy, Róisín
Is athinsint shamhailteach fhileata é Snámh na Saoirse ar fhíorscéal tragóideach a tharla ar an mBlascaod Mór i 1909. Scéal grá idir Domhnall Ó Criomhthain, oileánach, agus Eibhlín Nic Niocaill, scoláire ón bpríomhchathair. Tá Méiní Uí Dhuinnshléibhe, bean chabhrach an oileáin ag déanamh a díchill pósadh a shocrú eatarthu. Ag an am céanna, tá Cáit Ní Chriomhthain, deirfiúr Dhomhnaill, ag déanamh a díchill éalú ó phósadh socraithe agus dul ar imirce.

Bloody Evidence Csi Tracking The Killers

Sheridan, Michael L.

Reminiscences of a Bachelor

Sheridan Le Fanu, Joseph
For the first time in over 150 years, “The Watcher”, Le Fanu’s classic tale of supernatural menace, is reissued from the pages of the Dublin University Magazine along with its original companion piece “The Fatal Bride”, a brooding gothic novella not reprinted since its first publication in 1848.