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Love and Marriage by Patricia Scanlan
Posted by Christine Mills, Hughes and Hughes Dundrum in , .

  Love and Marriage is the final part of the family saga set in and around Dublin that began in 2008 with Forgive and Forget. The story continued with Happy Ever After and now...

A Moment Like This by Anita Notaro
Posted by Chris Mills, Hughes and Hughes, Dundrum in , .

An anonymous friend has entered shy, retiring songbird Antonia Trent for a nationwide talent show. At first, Antonia doesn’t intend to leave her small Wicklow town and her place in...

A Taste for Love by Marita Conlon-McKenna
Posted by Aoife Roantree, Hughes and Hughes, Dundrum in , .

Dublin author Marita Conlon-McKenna is back with her new adults’ book, ‘A Taste for Love’ – a feel-good exploration of food, relationships, and the importance of a fulfilling (and fun-filled)...

The Parisian’s Return by Julia Stagg
Posted by Aoife Roantree, Hughes and Hughes, Dundrum in , .

Second-time author Julia Stagg revisits the Ariégois village of Fogas in this highly-enjoyable and well-written romance.Stéphanie has a good life in a picturesque village in the French Pyrenees. She’s full...

Chopping Wood With T.S. Eliot by John Walsh
Posted by Christine Murray in , .

John Walsh’s Chopping Wood with T.S Eliot  published  by Salmon Poetry 2010 , is a taut wonderfully controlled collection of poems that forms a panoramic exposition of modernism but never once sacrifices form to...

The Point
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in , .

Paul Morgan is a young criminal always on the hunt for any easy score and a party. He’s brash, cocky and ballsy, and he drags his reluctant brother, Brian, in...

If I Never See You Again by Niamh O’Connor
Posted by Sam Blake in , .

The Detective – Meet Jo Birmingham. Single mum, streetwise detective, and spiky as hell. Recently promoted, she is one of the few female detective superintendents on the Dublin police force....

Bloodline by Brian O’Connor
Posted by Julie Murphy in , .

The world of Irish horse racing is a relatively fresh and original setting for novel-writing but as Brian O’Connor shows in Bloodline – his exciting fictional debut – it is...

Matterhorn by Karl Malantes
Posted by Dubray Books in , .

Fire Support Base Matterhorn: a fortress carved out of the grey-green mountain jungle. Cold monsoon clouds wreath its mile-high summit, concealing a battery of 105-mm howitzers surrounded by deep bunkers,...

Live Wire by Harlan Coben
Posted by Dubray Books in , .

Over the years, Myron Bolitar has walked a tight rope between sports agent, friend, problem solver and private eye, his big heart quick to defend his clients’ interests so fiercely...