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Lia Mills
'Lia Mills writes superbly about the human heart' Anne Enright

Spring 1915, Dublin.

Katie Crilly - a young woman trying to find her place in a restrictive society - gets the news she dreaded: her beloved twin brother, Liam, has been killed on the Western Front.

A year later, when Dublin is suddenly engulfed by the violence of the Easter Rising, Katie finds herself torn between her loyalty to the cause her brother died for, her instinctive Irish patriotism, and her love for her city and its people.

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Get Sh*t Done
Niall Harbison
From Spare Room to Boardroom in 1000 Days.

Do you start every day with a 'to do' list? Every year with new resolutions? Do you fantasise about winning the lottery, travelling the world or retiring at forty? Many of us dream big but we never truly believe we can achieve our life's ambitions. But it doesn't have to be like this.

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Munich Airport
Greg Baxter
'A blazing talent' Guardian

An American expat in London, about to enter a meeting, takes a phone call. The caller is a German policewoman. The news she has to convey is almost incomprehensible: the man's sister, Miriam, has been found dead in her Berlin flat, of starvation.

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Mount Merrion
Justin Quinn
'Filled with perfectly judged moments' Independent

Declan and Sinead Boyle are pillars of society - born into prosperous families, educated at Dublin's finest schools, dwellers in a fine house in a leafy suburb. So why are they in so much trouble?

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The Rocky Road
Eamon Dunphy
'An absolute cracker' Irish Times

For more than thirty years, no commentator on Irish sport, politics and culture has been the object of so much love, hatred and fascination as Eamon Dunphy. Now, for the first time, Dunphy tells the remarkable story of his own life.

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