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This Is Happiness

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The most enchanting novel you'll read this year, from the acclaimed author of Man Booker-longlisted History of the Rain
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The Glorious Guinness Girls

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From Ireland to 1920s London, a glorious, gripping, moving and richly textured novel which takes us to the heart of the remarkable real-life story of the Guinness Girls.
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Irish Myths and Legends: Gods and Fighting Men

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Beautifully designed new hardback edition of Lady Gregory’s definitive collection of Irish myths and Legends, from the Tuatha De Danaan to the Fianna.

Say Nothing: A True Story Of Murder and Memory In Northern Ireland

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'Say Nothing rightly won this year's Orwell prize for political writing. It is a superb piece of reportage and writing ....'The Times

None of this is Serious (Indie Edition)

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50 Best Irish Walks

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John G. O’Dwyer’s Irish walks have become famous through his column in The Irish Times. Now his 50 favourite rambles are gathered here in one pocket-sized volume

Darkness into Light: A Nation's Response

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Darkness into Light: A Nation’s Response tells the story of the birth of a national and international movement that, every year, brings hundreds of thousands of people together to walk and remember those who have died by suicide


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Startling, fresh and utterly unique, Snowflake is a story of messy families, messier friendships and how new chapters often mean starting right back at the beginning.
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A Ghost in the Throat

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A true original. In this stunningly unusual prose debut, Doireann Ni Ghriofa sculpts essay and autofiction to explore inner life and the deep connection felt between two writers centuries apart.

The Stream of Everything

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In the midst of Lockdown, confined to his local area, John Connell canoes his local river. During his meander downstream, John (author of the bestselling memoir, The Cow Book) reflects on his travels, his past relationships and his battle with depression, as well as on Irish folklore, geopolitics and philosophy. 'Quietly triumphant.' Donal Ryan