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A Christmas Carol: And Other Holiday Treasures

by Charles Dickens

Best-selling author Charles Dickens has created some of the world’s most remarkable and memorable characters, including Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, Jacob Marley, and Bob Cratchit--all from his famous novella,...


The Wizard of Oz

by L. Frank Baum

We all know the movie and storyline well. But have you ever read the original novel? Influenced by the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen, L. Frank Baum created this classic story and fantasy using the...


Fields of Home

by Marita Conlon-McKenna

The final book in the famine trilogy

For Eily, Michael and Peggy the memory of the famine is still strong. But Mary-Brigid, Eily's first child, has the future to look forward to. What kind of future is it?

Ireland...


The Guns of Easter

by Gerard Whelan

It is 1916 and Europe is at war. From the poverty of the Dublin slums twelve-year-old Jimmy Conway sees it all as glorious, and loves the British Army for which his father is fighting.

But when war comes to his...


Murder By the Glass

Wine Lover's Mysteries #2

by Michele Scott

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Mrs Ockleton's Rainbow Kite and Other Tales: Anthology

by Garry Burnett

Inspired by the music of Gordon Giltrap, Mrs Ockleton's Rainbow Kite and other Tales is an illustrated collection of ten charming short stories by Garry Burnett. Drawing from Garry's memories of growing up in...


Perfect Alibi: A Mike Daley Mystery

by Sheldon Seigel

For Mike Daley and Rosie Fernandez - former spouses and current law partners - the stakes have never been higher. In the seventh instalment of this best-selling, critically acclaimed series, the duo learn that...


Mo'soor: Song of the Road

by John A. Ryan

‘He said his name was Monsieur Jean-Louis Ovide; my name, I told him, was Ulick MacKettrick, and with this mutually incomprehensible introduction we fell into step, as we were both headed in roughly the same...


Visiting Rwanda

by Dervla Murphy

Between April and July 1994, the tiny Central African state of Rwanda experienced unprecedented carnage as more than three-quarters of a million people, mostly minority Tutsi, were killed in a carefully planned...


Waiting of Billy

by Martin Healy

Martin Healy was a young man when he died, but he wrote with a breadth of insight and sympathy that few writers ever achieve. The twelve stories gathered here represent the best work of his too-short career....


The Hotel Majestic

Inspector Maigret #41

by Georges Simenon

Penguin delivers two more vintage Inspector Maigret novels by the legendary mystery author In The Hotel Majestic, Maigret investigates the murder of Mrs. Clark, the wife of a wealthy American industrialist,...


The Fabulists

Kerry Group Irish Fiction Award 1995

by Philip Casey

Rights: World (X UK rights sold to Serif) Listowel Writers' Week Book of the Year 1995 The Fabulists is a love story set in contemporary Dublin. After a brief encounter on the Ha'penny Bridge over the Liffey,...


The Figure in the Cave: and Other Essays

by John Montague

'That Montague is a significant poet does not need proving. These essays show that he is almost equally formidable as an autobiographer and critic.' - Robert Greacen, Irish Independent The Figure in the Cave...


Belios

by ORFHLAITH Foyle

Belios is a dark, rough, funny novel about a dying genius and his crazed biographer. It rages with a wild vitality oddly touched by tenderness. Órfhlaith Foyle has fire in her belly.' - Patrick McGrath, author...


Enchantment

by Pietro Grossi & Howard Curtis

It was a memorable summer: with the broken-down old road that suddenly turned into a strip of gleaming asphalt, and the abandoned motorbike the three boys found as a rusty heap and built into a racer. But it...


Salaam, Paris

by Kavita Daswani

Tanaya Shah longs for the wonderful world of Paris, the world that she fell in love with while watching Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina—so when a proposal comes along for an arranged marriage with a man who is living...


The Last Days

by Laurent Seksik & Andre Naffis-Sahely

"He looked long and deep into her eyes. "I'll go first," he said. "You'll follow me... if that's what you want."

On the 22nd February 1942 Stefan Zweig, one of the most popular authors of his generation, committed...


Yokai Attack!: The Japanese Monster Survival Guide

by Hiroko Yoda, Matt Alt & Tatsuya Morino

Forget Godzilla. Forget the giant beasties karate-chopped into oblivion by endless incarnations of Ultraman, Kamen Rider, and the Power Rangers. Forget Sadako from 'The Ring' and that creepy all-white kid from...


Whisper Their Love

by Valerie Taylor & Barbara Grier

A Little Sister's Classic: a beautiful lesbian pulp novel from 1957.


The King's Corrodian

by Pat Mcintosh

'The tale seems very improbable,' Gil Cunningham said. 'How should the Devil enter a religious house and carry off one of its members?'

How indeed? But Arnold Fleming, the widely dislike pensioner, or corrodian,...