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Track Orders. Change Language. English Arabic. Important Links. Follow Us. App Download. She lives in Dublin. Dublin, A94 RH10, Ireland edwin. Shane Connaughton is an acclaimed actor, novelist and screenwriter. He is married with two grown-up children.
Senior Irish diplomat Marty Ransom is torn between duty to his country and loyalty to the Anglo-Irish tradition in which he was raised. Lured ever deeper into the lethal world of counter-espionage, he finds himself in fatal conflict with his cousin and childhood friend. As this deadly endgame unfolds, Marty must choose between all which he loves and holds dear and his allegiance to a past that remains just beyond his reach.
Peter Cunningham is from Waterford. He is the author of the Monument series, widely acclaimed novels set in a fictional version of his hometown. A noir thriller, a lyric romance and a dystopian saga in one fearless debut novel. Ireland is flooded, derelict. It never stops raining.
The Kid in Yellow has stolen the babba from the Earlie King. Yet the city is full of hearts — defiant — sprayed in yellow, the mark of the Kid. Danny Denton is a writer from Cork. He has been awarded several bursaries and scholarships for his fiction, and has published work in various journals. He has been a teacher, among other things.
This is his first novel. One evening his drink is interrupted. A man in shorts and a pink shirt brings over his pint and sits down. Says his name is Fitzpatrick. Victor dislikes him on sight, dislikes too the memories that Fitzpatrick stirs up of five years being taught by the Christian Brothers. Roddy Doyle was born in Dublin in Working in the garden with his father one Saturday, Sonny is full of curiosity.
Then the back door eases open and she comes down the path toward him. Chance meetings become shy arrangements, and soon Sonny is in love for the first time. Montpelier Parade is a beautiful novel about desire, grief and hope. It is about how deeply we can connect with one another, and the choices we must make alone. Karl Geary was born in Dublin and moved to New York aged sixteen.
He lives in Glasgow with his wife and daughter. When they are thrown together in a Dublin brothel, a peculiar and important bond is formed. This is a novel about a flourishing but hidden world, thinly concealed beneath a veneer of normality. Lisa Harding is an actress, author and playwright. Harvesting is her first novel. They embark on an intense love affair, but when Anna falls pregnant, the affair is revealed. The repercussions are slow to emerge but inescapable, and the fallout is shocking, cruel and violent.
More than thirty years later their son Sam is in New York, living a steady, guarded life. But the sins of the fathers are not to be so easily buried; the past crashes inevitably into the present, and Sam is forced to confront the fears he has kept close for decades. His earlier short, Even Gods, won the short film award at the Belfast, Galway and Cork film festivals in , and was shortlisted for the best short script at the Irish Screenwriting Awards.
He lives in Belfast. They lay bare the streets and back alleys of Edinburgh, London, Zagreb, Cork and Dublin, and the small townscapes of rural Ireland and beyond. The stories are peopled by the marginalised: Travellers, priests, borstal boys and joyriders, prisoners, hostel dwellers, addicts and artisans — Scheherazades all, brought to view with celebratory dispassion. Hogan documents an Ireland where few dare to tread, in slow-release, jewelled miracles of language. Desmond Hogan was born in Ballinasloe, County Galway, in A lingering fog casts a pall over a city stirred by zealotry.
A young nursemaid conceals a pregnancy and then murders her newborn. Before an inquest can be held, the maid is found dead. As she leads us through dissection rooms, Gothic churches and elegant ballrooms, a sinister figure watches from the shadows. Determined, resourceful and intuitive, Lawless emerges as a memorable young sleuth operating at the dawn of forensic science. He and his two sisters, Olive and Margaret, have lived in the same isolated community all their lives, each one more alone than the others can know.
Taking in the damaged, sharp-edged Midge, Bird invites the scorn of his neighbours and siblings. And as they slowly mend each other, family bonds — and the tie of the land — begin to weigh down on their tentative relationship. Can it survive the misunderstandings, contempt and violence of others? An English and history graduate of University College Dublin, she worked in advertising for many years before becoming an author. A poignant and powerful study of the emotional lives of three siblings and the girl who breaks through their solitude.
Drawn to the hall of mirrors, Andy enters and is hypnotised by the many selves staring back at him. Sometime later, one of those selves walks out and rejoins his parents — leaving Andy trapped inside the glass, snatched from the tensions of his suburban home and transported to a world where gravity is meaningless and time performs acrobatic tricks.
Neil Jordan has written seven previous books, including a story collection, Night in Tunisia, which won the Guardian Fiction Prize, and his recent novel, The Drowned Detective. Joe Joyce is the author of five thrillers and a history of the Guinness family. In this darkly funny debut, with illustrations throughout, folktales and traditional customs clash with economic reality — from rural Finland to urban Stockholm. No one — living or dead — will tell Mahony what happened to the teenage mother who abandoned him as a baby, despite his certainty that more than one of the villagers knows the sinister truth.
She has also worked as a support worker specialising in acquired brain injury. Hoarder, her second novel, will hit the shelves in He is the author of two collections of poetry and the acclaimed novel Utterly Monkey. He currently teaches creative writing at Columbia University in New York. Their relationship seems safe, easy, familiar — but over the course of the four days we discover the deep uncertainties which exist between them. Bernard MacLaverty is a master storyteller, and Midwinter Break is the essential MacLaverty novel: accurate, compassionate observation, effortlessly elegant writing and a tender, intimate, heart-rending story — but it is also a profound examination of human love and how we live together, a chamber piece of real resonance and power.
He has written versions of his fiction for other media — radio and television plays, screenplays and libretti. It is the s in the shadowlands south of the border. Harriet and her husband Thomas are respected members of their strict Presbyterian congregation, increasingly isolated in the newly independent Catholic Ireland.
Little does Harriet realise that, as James grows up, she will be forced to choose between faith and family. Written in startlingly beautiful prose, this is an intimate, deeply moving human story, where sometimes the price of an unyielding faith is too great to bear. She is the author of a memoir, Over My Shoulder. She and her late husband have one daughter. Inspired by his observations and interactions with recently-arrived refugees from Syria and Iraq where Martin served for one of his six tours of duty with the UN , Malone has created a series of authentic and evocative voices that are both brave and daring, yet fearful.
Martin Malone is the author of seven novels, a memoir, two short story collections and several radio plays. Galway, Ireland johnmawalsh gmail. She falls in love with an Irishman, marries him and settles down in a place whose codes she struggles to crack. And then, in the course of a single hot summer, she embarks on an affair that breaks her marriage and sets her life on a new course.
What drew her to her husband, and what pulled her away? Molly McCloskey is the acclaimed author of three previous works of fiction and a memoir, Circles around the Sun. After living for a number of years in Ireland, she now lives in Washington, DC. Two strangers have arrived from the mainland laden with mysterious radio equipment, and the islanders are full of dread. She is also the author of Sleepwalkers, a collection of short fiction, and a contributor to The Long Gaze Back, an acclaimed anthology of Irish women writers spanning four centuries.
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She has numerous theatre credits to her name. As their stories unfold and draw gradually closer, they begin to understand who they are, but theirs is a difficult history. Set against the culture of repression and limited choice of twentiethcentury Ireland, this book is an unflinching exploration of the damning and far-reaching consequences which ensue for girls who transgress.
Generation, her first novel, was published by JM Originals. The Second World War intensifies in Europe. In Zurich, a writer breathes his last, imagining his life till now from his childhood in Dublin. The voices of his family circling him — wife, son, daughter — carry him to his end as he hears each separate chapter chronicling the power of their passion for their famous father, their love, their hate, their need, their sorrows and joys, their strangeness.
A world-renowned playwright, his first great stage hit was the highly acclaimed Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching towards the Somme. The Woodcutter and His Family is the muchawaited follow-up to his lauded first novel, Arimathea. Lisa McInerney is from Galway. Vincent Patrick Duffy has already checked out. A mindless act of kindness leads to the unlikeliest of business opportunities.
Where the government has failed, might a little pill with a dove on it be the broom to sweep away the hatred and replace it with love? Catherine O'Brien Editor.
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