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Irish Bestseller Lists

Irish Bestsellers 12th March 2022

This week’s bestseller list includes many World Book Day titles, but our featured book this week is a fabulous new poetry collection – Washing Windows Too contains 100 new poems, selected by co-editor Alan Hayes, by women who have not yet published a full collection.

Irish Bestsellers 5th March 2022

This week the charts are dominated by World Book Day titles which were released on 3rd March – World Book Day changes lives through a love of books and shared reading, with a mission is to promote reading for pleasure, offering every child and young person the opportunity to have a book of their own.

Irish Bestsellers 26th February 2022

This week we’re featuring a book we could all do with, as world events, past and present, start to hit our pockets: How to Make Your Money Work by Eoin McGee. We all differ in our money mindsets – in the ways we approach spending, saving and other financial decisions. Eoin McGee provides a fascinating overview of these differing outlooks, and explains how understanding your own attitude towards money is the secret to effective financial planning and making the most of your income.

Irish Bestsellers 19th February 2022

This week is all about the incredible Marian Keyes, a national treasure and one of our most talented writers. Again, Rachel has stormed into the No 1 slot in the overall chart, with Rachel’s Holiday, the 25th anniversary edition, hot on its heels.

Irish Bestsllers 12th February 2022

We’re thrilled that last week’s featured book, Rachael English’s fabulous A Letter Home, has shot into the No 1 slot in the overall Top 20!
This week we’re featuring Cork author Catherine Kirwan’s Cruel Deeds, which has slipped into the original fiction chart on just a half week’s sales.

Irish Bestsellers 5th February 2022

Straight into the charts, inspired by heartbreaking true events, Rachael English’s latest novel is a rich, powerful story of a mother’s love, a baby girl, a dangerous journey from Ireland to America and a forgotten story that binds two families separated by an ocean.

Irish Bestsellers 8th January 2022

Check out Sam Blake’s REMEMBER MY NAME, a twisty psychological thriller that has entered the Original Fiction top 10 with less than a week’s sales – it will hold you to the last page…

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