Murder in an Irish Cottage (Irish Village Mystery #5)

30 March 2020 | By Carlene O\'Connor | Filed in: irish literature.

In a remoteand superstitiousvillage in County Cork, Ireland, Garda Siobh n O Sullivan must solve a murder where the prime suspects are fairies Family is everything to Siobh n her five siblings her dear departed mother for whom the family business, Naomi s Bistro, is named and now her

The Good Turn (Cormac Reilly, #3)

30 March 2020 | By Dervla McTiernan | Filed in: irish literature.

The unputdownable new novel from the bestselling author of The Ruin and The Scholar Police corruption, an investigation that ends in tragedy and the mystery of a little girl s silence three unconnected things that will prove to be linked by one small town.While Detective Cormac Reilly faces

The Temple House Vanishing

30 March 2020 | By Rachel Donohue | Filed in: irish literature.

Twenty five years ago, a sixteen year old schoolgirl and her charismatic teacher disappeared without trace In an elite Catholic girls boarding school the pupils live under the repressive, watchful gaze of the nuns Seeking to break from the cloistered atmosphere two of the students Louisa and

Big Girl, Small Town

30 March 2020 | By Michelle Gallen | Filed in: irish literature.

Milkman meets Derry Girls A cracking read Sinead Moriarty A thrillingly fresh, provocative and touching voice Marian Keyes Bawdy yet beautiful, full of everyday tragedy, absurdity and truth I grew extraordinarily attached to Majella Sara Baume Routine makes Majella s world small but change


30 March 2020 | By Eoin Colfer | Filed in: irish literature.

From the New York Times bestselling author of the Artemis Fowl series comes a hilarious and high octane adult novel about a vodka drinking, Flashdance loving dragon who lives an isolated life in the bayous of Louisianaand the raucous adventures that ensue when he crosses paths with a

Fatal Roots (County Cork #8)

30 March 2020 | By Sheila Connolly | Filed in: irish literature.

Some secrets are too big to stay buriedA few months ago, Boston expat Maura Donovan was rekindled with her mother after than twenty years of absence Since then, Maura has been getting accustomed to Irish living, complete with an inherited house and a pub named Sullivan s But now, her

The Island Child

30 March 2020 | By Molly Aitken | Filed in: irish literature.

Twenty years ago, Oona left the island of Inis for the very first time A wind blasted rock of fishing boats and sheeps wool, where the only book was the Bible and girls stayed in their homes until mothers themselves, the island was a gift for some, a prison for others Oona was barely than a

Normal People

30 March 2020 | By Sally Rooney | Filed in: irish literature.

At school Connell and Marianne pretend not to know each other Hes popular and well adjusted, star of the school soccer team while she is lonely, proud, and intensely private But when Connell comes to pick his mother up from her housekeeping job at Mariannes house, a strange and indelible

Conversations with Friends

30 March 2020 | By Sally Rooney | Filed in: irish literature.

A sharply intelligent novel about two college students and the strange, unexpected connection they forge with a married couple Frances is twenty one years old, cool headed, and darkly observant A college student and aspiring writer, she devotes herself to a life of the mind and to the beautiful

Grown Ups

30 March 2020 | By Marian Keyes | Filed in: irish literature.

They re a glamorous family, the Caseys Johnny Casey, his two brothers Ed and Liam, their beautiful, talented wives and all their kids spend a lot of time together birthday parties, anniversary celebrations, weekends away And they re a happy family Johnny s wife, Jessie who has the most money

Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland

30 March 2020 | By Patrick Radden Keefe | Filed in: irish literature.

14 hours, 40 minutes From award winning New Yorker staff writer Patrick Radden Keefe, a stunning, intricate narrative about a notorious killing in Northern Ireland and its devastating repercussions In December 1972, Jean McConville, a thirty eight year old mother of ten, was dragged from her Belfast

Angels in the Moonlight

30 March 2020 | By Caimh McDonnell | Filed in: irish literature.

For Detective Bunny McGarry, life is complicated, and it is about to get so Its 1999 and his hard won reputation amongst Dublins criminal fraternity, for being a massive pain the backside, is unfortunately shared by his bosses His partner has a career threatening gambling problem and, oh