Dubray Staff Recommended Read... This is the book that defines Ireland’s complex past – a perfectly formed masterpiece which will be treasured for years.’ – Martin, Rathmines An exquisite winter tale of courage - and its cost, set in Catholic Ireland.
Dubray Staff Recommended Read.. A sharp and insightful analysis of a changing Ireland as seen through the eyes of this veteran reporter.’ – Adrian, Blackrock Fintan O'Toole - Ireland's leading public intellectual and author of Heroic Failure - tells a history of Ireland in his own time.
Dubray Staff Recommended Read.. ‘A deft exploration of the deep emotions that haunt and enrich any familial bond.’ – Donal, Dún Laoghaire The Pulitzer Prize-winning, Booker-longlisted, bestselling author returns to her beloved heroine Lucy Barton in a luminous novel about love, loss, and the family secrets that can erupt and bewilder us at any point in life
Dubray Staff Recommended Read... 'This beautifully written story is full of heart and charm, with unforgettable characters vividly bringing 1950s America to life. I loved it.’ – Susan, Support Office From he bestselling author of A Gentleman in Moscow returns with a stylish and propulsive novel set in 1950s America. This exclusive Dubray Hardback edition includes extra content written by the author.
Dubray Staff Recommended Read.. Brilliantly researched and beautifully put together, this is a stunning celebration of Irish history.’ – Eoin, Rathmines In Old Ireland in Colour 2, the much-anticipated sequel to their beloved bestseller, John Breslin and Sarah-Anne Buckley have delved even deeper into Ireland’s historical archives to uncover captivating photographic gems to bring to life using their unique blend of cutting-edge technology, historical research and expert colourisation.
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A thrilling and perplexing investigation of a true Victorian crime at Dublin railway station. Dublin, November 1856: George Little, the chief cashier of the Broadstone railway terminus, is found dead, lying in a pool of blood beneath his desk. He has been savagely beaten, his head almost severed;