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A blistering new Arkady Renko novel whose heroine - the courageous, enigmatic journalist Tatiana - is based on real-life journalist Anna Politkovskaya
Tallaght soundings 2
Within Tallaght Soundings 2 are the thoughts, ideas, musings, word-creations and word life of a dedicated handful of people. Ireland has an enviable record when it comes to writing, and South Dublin County is an enviable contributor to that tradition.
Song of King Gesar
Gesar, the youngest and bravest of the gods, has been sent down to the human world to defeat the demons that plague the lives of ordinary people and threaten to enslave them. Jigmed is a young shepherd, who is visited by dreams of Gesar, of gods and of ancient battles while he sleeps. So begins...
The house on Parkgate Street and other Dublin st
'As a child she had believed the racecourse was in a different country'. So begins this collection of stories from one of Ireland's master storytellers and appropriately because the collection takes one to many different worlds and shows us Dublin as seen through many different eyes and...
A global puzzle. A secret symbol. A conspiracy that ends in death. Perfect for fans of Dan Brown's Inferno.
First phone call from heaven
'The First Phone Call from Heaven' tells the story of a small town on Lake Michigan that gets worldwide attention when its citizens start receiving phone calls from the afterlife. Is it the greatest miracle ever or a massive hoax? Sully Harding, a grief-stricken single father, is determined to...
Wish upon a star
Another warm, wise and witty offering from Sunday Times bestseller Trisha Ashley.
Back to back
Thomas and Ella grow up under the roof of their overpowering mother, a sculptress and a fervent believer in the socialist ideology of East Germany. She barely acknowledges Ella's vulnerable loneliness and Thomas's quiet aspirations. They create an imaginary world as a shelter from the coldness...
The award-winning author of The Rehearsal returns with another extraordinary piece of fiction, full of narrative, linguistic and psychological depth. It is 1866 and Walter Moody has come to make his fortune upon the New Zealand goldfields. But it's not long before Moody is drawn into a mystery...
Truth about you
Lainey Hollingsworth has spent her whole life on the outside of a secret. Her mother would never discuss the reasons she abandoned Italy when Lainey was a new born. Now Lainey's mother is dead, taking the secret with her. Her husband, Tom, appears supportive, until he hits her with a bombshell...
Meal in winter
A searing, sparse and single-sitting read, this is the story of 3 soldiers who share a meal with their Jewish prisoner; forcing each man to confront his own conscience as the moral implications of their murderous mission becomes clear. 'This is Mingarelli at his best' La Montagne
Claire of the sea light
Fans of The Tiger's Wife and The Bone People will love this vibrant new novel from an award-winning Haitian author.
Last kings of Sark
Jude is 21 when she flies in a private plane to Sark, a tiny carless Channel Island, the last place in Europe to abolish feudalism. She has been hired for the summer to give tuition to a rich local boy called Pip, but when she arrives the family is unsettling.
Robert B. Parker's Fool me twice
Hollywood has come to Paradise, Massachusetts, and police chief Jesse Stone has been distracted from duty by a beautiful young producer. But before Jesse can get too cozy, he is quickly hit with three cases that demand his utmost attention.
What if someone offered you $100,000 with the only stipulation being that a murderer would be killed if you accept the money? Would you take it? The people who choose to do so are about to find out the real consequences of taking part in this experiment.
From the author of Doppler comes an outrageously funny new novel about a grumpy middle-aged man obsessed with life's little pitfalls, and the charms of Nigella Lawson... 'A darkly comic fable which makes some astringent points about the way we live today' Independent
The thing about December
Set over the course of one year of Johnsey Cunliffe's life, this book breathes with Johnsey's grief, bewilderment, humour and self-doubt.
Stella Barry is forced into service as a kitchen maid when her father dies at sea and the family find themselves living hand-to-mouth. Leaving her mother and younger brother and sister in the slums of London's docklands, Stella goes to a big country house outside London.
The much-anticipated final instalment of the Wool trilogy. In a time when secrets and lies were the foundations of life, someone has discovered the truth. And they are going to tell.Jules knows what her predecessors created. She knows they are the reason life has to be lived in this way. And she...
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