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Impossibly Small Spaces

Taylor, Lisa C.
In Taylor's second collection of short stories, a woman locks a man in an aeroplane bathroom, two brothers rewrite their past, and strangers in an airport are thrown together through tragedy. Taylor explores confinement and expansion with both humour and angst, as characters are continually forced to redefine their personal landscapes.


I didn't realise my mother was a person until I was thirteen years old and she pulled me out of bed, put me in the back of her car, and we left home and my dad with no explanations. But when life on the road began to feel normal I couldn't forget the home we'd left behind, couldn't deny that, just like my mother, I too had unfinished business.

Na Clocha Sineacha

Tazi, Karen

Sins: New Irish Crime Stories

Nothing matches the Power of Seven. In this anthology, seven writers tempt you with a modern take on the Seven Deadly Sins, unleashing eleven riveting new crime stories, edited by Ferdia Mac Anna.

Sinful: New Irish Crime Stories

Following the success of Sins: New Irish Crime Stories, the seven writers from the3percenters take us back to the dark side.

Closing In

Thompson, E.D.
'Tis the season ... to go into hiding. Taut and compelling, Closing In is a thrilling page-turner.

Star Gazing

Thompson, Kate

Threading The Light

Thompson, Ross
By turns poignant, wryly humorous and nostalgic, Ross Thompson's debut collection of poems charts a chronological journey through the pre-adventure world of childhood, the wounds of awkward adolescence and the future promise of adult life. ...

Nights in Armour

Thompson, Samuel
A policeman's lot is not a happy one or so the song goes, but throw in the IRA, loyalist paramilitaries, the British army and a Republican hunger strike, and it gets a whole lot worse.


Tobin, Dominick

Old Unhappy Far-Off Things

Hugh is struggling to cope after the sudden death of his wife, Wenda, a woman who had been traumatised by a childhood tragedy in which she lost her mother. Despite support from his friends, especially Nancy and Manny, he decides the only way to seek closure is to travel to Carnmore, Wenda’s childhood village in rural Scotland. When he gets there however, he has a chance encounter with Valerie, a woman who claims to be the girl who lost her mother in that tragic incident. Confused and angry, Hugh nevertheless finds himself irresistibly attracted to Valerie, and to Carnmore.

The Magician

Toibin, Colm
THE SUNDAY TIMES TOP TEN BESTSELLER From one of our greatest living writers comes a sweeping novel of unrequited love and exile, war and family. The Magician tells the story of Thomas Mann, whose life was filled with great acclaim and contradiction. He would find himself on the wrong side of history in the First World War, cheerleading the German army, but have a clear vision of the future in the second, anticipating the horrors of Nazism.