Blogs in July 2022

That Much She Knew 30th July 2022

A murder, a missing colleague, and a pack of lies… When DCI Gawn Girvin is called to a murder scene, she is shocked to find the victim was known to her. Harriet Hughes was a close friend of Jenny...

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Common Decency 21st June 2022

In an apartment building in Belfast, two women wrestle with the sorrows and spectres of love and loss. Since her mother’s death, Lily has withdrawn from the world, trapped between grief and anger. She has to break out of...

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Amongst Women 24th March 2022

‘A book that can be read in two hours, but will linger in the mind for decades.’ Sunday Telegraph Once an officer in the Irish War for Independence, Moran is now a widower, eking out a living on a...

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The Sunken Road 21st March 2022

Longlisted for the Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction Annie, Francie and Archie were inseparable growing up, but in 1914 the boys are seduced by the drama of the Great War. Before leaving their small Irish village for the...

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Reading in the Dark 20th March 2022

This is the story of a haunted Irish childhood. The setting is Derry in the Northern Ireland of the 40s and 50s, fraught with political hatred, family secrets and lethal intrigue. As a young boy tries to make sense...

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