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The House With No Rooms

by Lesley Thomson

The summer of 1976 was the hottest in living memory. Britain sweltered, trees and plants wilted, fire ripped through forests, and rivers ran dry. In London's Kew Gardens a 10 year old girl was parted from her...


The Girl With No Name

by Diney Costeloe

Thirteen-year-old Lisa escapes from Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport and arrives in England in August 1939. She can't speak a word of English and her only belongings are crammed into a small suitcase. Among...


Imogen's Baby: A Short Story

by Amanda Prowse

Can Imogen overcome life's challenges and have the baby she longs for?

It's hard enough having a baby on your own. But for Imogen, 24 years old and blind since birth, it will be harder than most.

Her journey...


Papercuts 5: The Good, The Bad and the Quite Ugly

by Colin Bateman

Through World Wars and civil strife, the Bangor Express has never missed an issue, but now it's limping towards an inevitable doom - until London-based journalist Rob Cullen arrives on the scene. Lured back...


Papercuts 6: The Eagle Has Crash Landed

by Colin Bateman

Through world wars and civil strife, the Bangor Express has never missed an issue, but now it is losing money hand-over-fist and Rob Cullen, fresh off the plane from his London news desk, has absolutely no idea...


Papercuts 3: Mr Turner's Prize

by Colin Bateman

Through world wars and civil strife, the Bangor Express has never missed an issue, but now it is losing money hand-over-fist and Rob Cullen, fresh off the plane from his London news desk, has absolutely no idea...


Papercuts 1: The Dead and the Quick

by Colin Bateman

Through world wars and civil strife, the Bangor Express has never missed an issue, but now it is losing money hand-over-fist and Rob Cullen, fresh off the plane from his London news desk, has absolutely no idea...


Papercuts 2: The Return of the Native

by Colin Bateman

Through world wars and civil strife, the Bangor Express has never missed an issue, but now it is losing money hand-over-fist and Rob Cullen, fresh off the plane from his London news desk, has absolutely no idea...


Papercuts 7: The Next to Last of the Mohicans

by Colin Bateman

Through world wars and civil strife, the Bangor Express has never missed an issue, but now it is losing money hand-over-fist and Rob Cullen, fresh off the plane from his London news desk, has absolutely no idea...


Papercuts 4: Hong Kong Phooey

by Colin Bateman

Through world wars and civil strife, the Bangor Express has never missed an issue, but now it is losing money hand-over-fist and Rob Cullen, fresh off the plane from his London news desk, has absolutely no idea...


Papercuts 8: Dog Day Mid-Afternoon

by Colin Bateman

Through world wars and civil strife, the Bangor Express has never missed an issue, but now it is losing money hand-over-fist and Rob Cullen, fresh off the plane from his London news desk, has absolutely no idea...


Scarlet Widow

by Graham Masterton

London, 1750: Beatrice Scarlet is the apothecary's daughter. She can mix medicines and herbs to save the lives of her neighbours - but, try as she might, she can't save the lives of her parents. An orphan at...


Wherever Green is Worn

by Tim Pat Coogan

The population of Ireland is five million, but 70 million people worldwide call themselves Irish. Here, Tim Pat Coogan travels around the globe to tell their story.

Irish emigration first began in the 12th century...


The Troubles

by Tim Pat Coogan

The Troubles refers to a violent thirty-year conflict, at the heart of which lay the constitutional status of Northern Ireland. Over 3,000 people were killed on all sides, and many more damaged by a legacy that...


De Valera

by Tim Pat Coogan

Eamon de Valera - 'The Long Fellow' - remains a towering presence whose shadow still falls over Irish life. The history of Ireland for much of the twentieth century is the history of de Valera.

From the 1916...


Michael Collins

by Tim Pat Coogan

When President of the Irish Republic Michael Collins signed the Anglo-Irish Treaty in December 1921, he remarked to Lord Birkenhead, 'I may have signed my actual death warrant.'

In August 1922 during the Irish...


On the Blanket

by Tim Pat Coogan

The H Block protest is one of the strangest and most controversial issues in the tragic history of Northern Ireland.

Republican prisoners, convicted of grave crimes through special courts and ruthless interrogation...


To Fight For

by Phillip Hunter

Either they die, or he does.

Before he became an assassin in London's underworld, Joe was a soldier in the British army. He knows what it feels like to fight enemies on foreign soil - but nothing prepared him...


Ruby Flynn

by Nadine Dorries

The darkest sin casts the longest shadow... RUBY FLYNN, set in Ireland and Liverpool, is the enthralling story of a family haunted by ancient wrongs.

The FitzDeanes are wealthy. They have Ballyford Castle in...


Recipes for a Perfect Marriage

by Kate Kerrigan

New York food writer Tressa returns from honeymoon worried that she has married her impossibly handsome new husband Dan out of late-thirties panic instead of love.

In 1930's Ireland, her grandmother, Bernadine,...