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Scenes of a Graphic Nature

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A darkly comic and searingly honest novel about going back to your roots by the acclaimed author of Promising Young Women
€14.99 €18.95

The Importance of Being Aisling: Country Roads, Take Her Home

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Aisling is back in the follow up to the no.1 bestseller The Importance of Being Aisling.

The Last September

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The Irish troubles rage, but up at the 'Big House', tennis parties, dances and flirtations with the English officers continue, undisturbed by the ambushes, arrests and burning country beyond the gates. Faint vibrations of discord reach the young girl Lois, who is straining for her own freedom.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Tells the story of Dorian Gray, a beautiful yet corrupt man. When he wishes that a perfect portrait of himself would bear the signs of ageing in his place, the picture becomes his hideous secret, as it follows Dorian's own downward spiral into cruelty and depravity.

The Wild Laughter

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Join Cúirt International Festival of Literature for a very special event celebrating the launch of The Wild Laughter, the latest novel from Caoilinn Hughes. Caoilinn will be joined in conversation by Kevin Barry. Visit to book your ticket. An exhilarating, anarchic look at contemporary Ireland, from one of the country's most exciting new voices.
€15.99 €17.55

There are Little Kingdoms: Stories by Kevin Barry

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A Dubray Books Favourite Book of all Time. Barry's debut collection offers a hilarious and insightful view of contemporary Irish life, while also displaying a subtle yet sophisticated literary voice. (Joanne Sullivan, Dun laoghaire)
€9.99 €10.00

Unravelling Oliver

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Oliver Ryan is a handsome and charismatic success story. He lives in the suburbs with his wife, Alice, who illustrates his award-winning children's books and gives him her unstinting devotion. Their life together is one of enviable privilege and ease - enviable until, one evening after supper, Oliver attacks Alice and beats her into a coma.
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A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing

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A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014. 'Bleak and unrelenting but a wholly original and rewarding read. A master class in writing.' Shane O'Reilly, Dun Laoghaire.

A Great Beauty

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It is 1920 and, as the War of Independence rages throughout Ireland, Michael Collins is the most wanted man in the British Empire.

A History of Loneliness

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Odran Yates enters Clonliffe Seminary in 1972 after his mother informs him that he has a vocation to the priesthood. He goes in full of ambition and hope, dedicated to his studies and keen to make friends. Forty years later, Odran's devotion has been challenged by the revelations that have shattered the Irish people's faith in the church.