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Novel set in 1980s Dublin (a perfectly-paced little novel)

Novel set in 1980s Dublin (a perfectly-paced little novel) 22nd August 2017

Montpelier Parade by Karl Geary, novel set in 1980s Dublin. Geary, aged only 16, left his native Ireland in the late 1980s for the bright lights, sophistication and opportunity that New York offered. He then went on to become a...

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Novel set in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland

Novel set in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland 13th August 2016

Siren by Annemarie Neary, novel set in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. A disturbing and atmospheric thriller set in the present and travelling back to the time of the Northern Ireland Troubles. I was tempted to rate the...

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Novel set in County Mayo and Liverpool, plus interview with Nadine Dorries

Novel set in County Mayo and Liverpool, plus interview with Nadine Dorries 17th June 2016

Ruby Flynn by Nadine Dorries, novel set in County Mayo and Liverpool. Drama and secrets… Set mainly near Doohoma Head, County Mayo, but also with visits to Liverpool, this wonderful story sweeps the reader through Ruby Flynn’s early life in...

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Novel set in America and Ireland (mainly…)

Novel set in America and Ireland (mainly…) 20th May 2016

This Must Be The Place by Maggie O’Farrell, novel set in America and Ireland (mainly) At the heart of this book is the relationship – with all its up and downs – between Daniel Sullivan and Claudette Wells. The novel...

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Thriller set in Cork and on the Mediterranean (plus we talk to author Catherine Ryan Howard)

Thriller set in Cork and on the Mediterranean (plus we talk to author Catherine Ryan Howard) 3rd May 2016

Distress Signals by Catherine Ryan Howard, thriller set in Cork and on the Mediterranean. A tightly plotted debut thriller that glides from Cork and on to a cruise liner ploughing the Mediterrranean waters between Barcelona and Villefranche (for Nice). Adam...

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