One of the best parts of visiting your local bookshop is checking out all the new books which have arrived since your last visit. So we've tried to give you the next best thing - here we've gathered some of the most exciting and interesting brand new titles for you to browse.
**Dubray Staff Recommended Read** The face of a lifestyle brand with an almost cult-like following, Samantha Miller has spent her career fighting for the right of every woman to tell their truth. But her perfectly curated life begins to unravel when a childhood friend suggests that Samantha’s truth may not be the whole story. Deftly exploring wellness culture, social media influencers, and the murkier side of the #MeToo movement, this novel is as compulsive as a thriller and might be O’Neill’s best yet! Recommended by Alison Reilly, Dubray Liffey Valley
A gripping investigation into one of Irish history’s greatest mysteries, Great Hatred reveals the true story behind one of the most significant political assassinations to ever have been committed on British soil.
David and Stephen Flynn, a.k.a the Happy Pear twins, are back with their simplest cookbook yet! The perfect collection for vegans, vegetarians, or anyone looking to eat more plant-based recipes. Over 100 delicious vegan recipes that will show you how to cook 10 essential veg like never before.
A gripping debut psychological thriller set on the east coast of Ireland. Atmospheric, twisty, and propulsive, Her Last Words is an edge-of-your-seat read about obsession and dark secrets coming to light.
**Dubray Staff Recommended Read** A naive young American diplomat is sucked in by the intrigues and machinations of a rogue intelligence officer in 1970s Saigon. Years later, retired after a distinguished diplomatic career, he receives a mysterious package. With hints of Graham Greene and John le Carré, this a powerful study of guilt and redemption, dealing not just with America’s imperial past but also its current immigration crisis. With Spies in Canaan, Park again proves that he is one of the finest writers on this island. Recommended by Brian Blacker, Dubray Grafton St.
Discover the inspiration to get gardening! Create and maintain a stunning and fragrant garden with Ireland’s favourite garden designer Diarmuid Gavin and plantsman extraordinaire Paul Smyth as your guides.
Back when restaurant menus were still printed on paper, and wearing a mask-or not-was a decision made mostly on Halloween, David Sedaris spent his time doing normal things. As Happy-Go-Lucky opens, he is learning to shoot guns with his sister, visiting muddy flea markets in Serbia, buying gummy worms to feed to ants, and telling his nonagenarian father wheelchair jokes.
A life I love, because it was made with so many holes that I enjoy filling in. Managing Expectations is a memoir-ish, a tell-most, by Minnie Driver: A-list actor, mum, singer and songwriter, exploring her life most extraordinary.
Martina Devlin, an award-winning columnist for the Irish Independent and podcaster for Dublin City of Literature #CityofBooks, has delivered a new novel based on the life of Edith Somerville of 'Somerville and Ross' fame - authors of The Irish R.M.
This book is an invitation to embrace the kind of gratitude that cuts through the bulls**t of life to its truth, connecting us with the present and grounding us in self. When there is so much to feel anxious about, Angela shares with readers how focusing our attention on the small, incremental positives in life can completely change it for the better.
Lotta Rae is a young working-class woman who is viciously attacked by a wealthy gentleman. Lotta's family are firm believers in justice, and she makes the brave decision to testify in court against her attacker. The guardians of justice support her, or so it seems.
The debut of an exciting new voice in Irish fiction, Hearts and Bones: Love Songs for Late Youth is a collection of songlike stories about love in all its forms, and about what it is to look back on the lost loves of our past. Witty, sharply observed, and often terribly moving, these stories ask who we are now that we've brought the old gods down.
In this fascinating memoir, including up to fifty photos supplied by Blackwell's team, the music icon will discuss the many artists he's worked with over the years, as well as unpicking the initiatives, decisions and risks that ultimately brought such success to both Blackwell and his esteemed musical collaborators.
In 2021, veteran Irish journalist Charlie Bird announced that he has motor neurone disease. He decided to organise a charity climb of Ireland’s famous Holy Mountain, Croagh Patrick. In the end, he created a national event and raised almost €3 million for charity. This is a record of that unforgettable day.
From Lisa Taddeo, Sunday Times bestselling and award-winning author of Three Women and 'our most eloquent and faithful chronicler of human desire' (Esquire), Ghost Lover is an electrifying collection of masterful and fearless short stories.
In a village in a medieval fiefdom buffeted by natural disasters, a motherless shepherd boy finds himself the unlikely pivot in a power struggle that puts all manner of faith to a savage test, in a spellbinding novel that represents Ottessa Moshfegh's most exciting leap yet