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The Flight of the Wren by Orla McAlinden
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

Inspired by true events, The Flight of the Wren is a novel by Orla McAlinden and is just published by Red Stag (Mentor Books Ltd). Mixing fact with fiction, this novel, for...

The Book of Love by Fionnuala Kearney
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‘A story for everyone who has loved and lost.’ Fionnuala Kearney is a writer whose work I haven’t read before, but I can now quite categorically state that I am...

I Invited Her In by Adele Parks
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‘I INVITED HER IN… and she took everything…..’ I Invited Her In is the latest novel from best selling author Adele Parks. Published by HQ Stories, it is described as ‘a gripping...

The Rúin by Dervla McTiernan
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘The secrets of the past will expose the crimes of the present.’ I am wondering how I have never heard of this book before. Released in many different formats over...

The Night She Died by Jenny Blackhurst
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‘It was the happiest day of her life. So what made her jump?’ The Night She Died is the latest novel from Jenny Blackhurst, a writer who has been described as ‘an...

Becoming Belle by Nuala O’Connor
Posted by Helena Mulkerns in , .

In this, the second literary foray into Victorian times for Nuala O’Connor, the author has created a splendid, loveable heroine who brings to life the spirit of an age.  In...

The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter by Hazel Gaynor
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The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter ~ ‘From Cork to Rhode Island, can a young Irish girl find home…..and herself?’ A truly gorgeous book. The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter totally lived up to my...

The House Across the Street by Lesley Pearse
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‘A compelling, page-turning insight from Lesley Pearse into the secrets of domestic life in a suburban avenue in 1960.’ The House Across the Street takes the reader back to the 1960s....

A Gathering of Ghosts by Karen Maitland
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‘You’ll need more than a sword to protect you up there. Other side of that priory stands the most accursed hill on the whole moor. You can hear the dead...

Wilde About the Girl by Louise Pentland
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Wilde About the Girl is the sequel to Wilde Like Me from YouTuber and parenting/lifestyle/beauty blogger/vlogger, Louise Pentland. Just published by Bonnier Zaffre, Louise Pentland is described as ‘the fresh voice contemporary women’s fiction...