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.
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;
Dubray Staff Recommended Read... ‘Blending personal struggle with global events, this is an absorbing fictional account of Thomas Mann’s fascinating life.’ – Emma, Cork From one of our greatest living writers comes a sweeping novel of unrequited love and exile, war and family.
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.. 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.
When they both earn places at Trinity College in Dublin, a connection that has grown between them lasts long into the following years. This is an exquisite love story about how a person can change another person's life - a simple yet profound realisation that unfolds beautifully over the course of the novel.
A Dubray Staff Recommended Read... Rooney’s most philosophical work yet, exploring politics, culture, communication and our relationships with ourselves, others and the world around us.’ – Caoilfhionn, Support Office The new novel from the author of 'Normal People'. Alice, a novelist, meets Felix, and asks him if he’d like to travel to Rome with her. In Dublin, her best friend Eileen is getting over a break-up, and slips back into flirting with Simon, a man she has known since childhood.
A rare insight into a rare job: only five people in the world work as a warden on Skellig Michael. Lyrically written and beautifully observed, it is packed with tales of close encounters with the natural life on and around the island. A behind-the-scenes look at daily life on a UNESCO World Heritage site.