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A Bit on the Side

Paperback, 05/05/2005, €12.15
A title in which, a waiter divulges a shocking life of crime to his ex-wife; a woman repeats the story of her parents' unstable marriage after a horrible tragedy; a schoolgirl regrets gossiping about the cuckolded man who tutors her; and, a middle-aged accountant offers his reasons for ending a love affair.

Last Stories

Hardback, 24/05/2018, €20.30

The Collected Stories Giftset

M, 05/11/2009, €81.10
The author is described as 'the greatest living writer of short stories in English language' by "New Yorker" and acclaimed for his haunting and profound insights into human heart. This title offers a collection of his short fiction, with dozens of tales spanning his career and ranging from the moving to the macabre, the humorous to the haunting.

Last Stories

Paperback, 06/06/2019, €12.15

Last Stories

Paperback, 24/05/2018, €17.55

Juliet's Story

Paperback, 12/03/2003, €6.50
William Trevor's only book for children. Juliet loves stories, but she doesn't have any of her own.

Cheating at Canasta

Hardback, 01/05/2008, €12.95
Suitable for those who enjoyed "The Story of Lucy Gault" and "Love and Summer", this title deals with themes of missed opportunities, the inevitability of change and the powerful but fragmentary quality of our memories.

The Story of Lucy Gault

Paperback, 24/04/2003, €12.15
Summer, 1921. Eight-year-old Lucy Gault clings to glens and woods above Lahardane - the home her family is being forced to abandon. She knows Gaults are no longer welcome in Ireland and that danger threatens. Lucy, however, is headstrong and decides that somehow she must force her parents into staying. But the path she chooses ends in disaster.

Felicia's Journey

Paperback, 27/07/1995, €12.15
'You're beautiful,' Johnny told her. So, full of hope, seventeen-year-old Felicia crosses the Irish Sea to England to find her lover and tell him she is pregnant. Desperately searching for Johnny in the bleak post-industrial Midlands, she is instead found by Mr Hilditch, a strange and lonely man, a collector and befriender of homeless young girls.

After Rain

Paperback, 04/09/1997, €11.70
Here we encounter a blind piano tuner whose wonderful memories of his first wife are cruelly distorted by his second; a woman in a difficult marriage who must choose between her indignant husband and her closest friend; and two children, survivors of divorce, who mimic their parents' melodramas.