Thee Women by Lisa Taddeo

Officially classified as a work of gender studies this fantastic book about three women reads more like a cross between investigative journalism and a biography. The stories of the three women featured…

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Elsewhere by Rosita Boland

Rosita Boland for many years and maybe still does feels more comfortable being elsewhere. In this delightful memoir she shares the story of nine journeys from nine different moments in her life,…

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Her Kind by Niamh Boyce

Having read and enjoyed Niamh’s first novel, The Herbalist I was thrilled to receive an advance copy of HER KIND. (Thanks Penguin Ireland). This novel is set in Kilkennie in 1324 and…

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Constellations by Sinead Gleeson

Constellations is a powerful collection of essays from Irish journalist Sinead Gleeson. A glorious work covering topics from birth to first love, pregnancy to motherhood, terrifying sickness, old age and loss to…

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Dignity by Alys Conran

A story of what home means, what belonging means. A book that questions who we are, and lays bare the Britain of today. It’s the story of three women: Evelyn, an engineer’s…

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The Wych Elm by Tana French

WOW, that’s the word I’d use to sum up this sensational novel from one of my favourite authors. Tana French is an author under many people’s radar, although not so many as…

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