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Sophie White
Hachette Books Ireland

'White's sharp-eyed take on modern life couldn't be more on target and fans of the equally readable Aisling series by Sarah Breen and Emer McLysaght will doubtless lap up White's mad world.' Irish Independent Ali and Shelly are back. But behind the...

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How to Fall Apart

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Liadan Hynes
Hachette Books Ireland

'Honest, vulnerable and empowering' Angela Scanlon'Poignant, profound, and moving, I have no doubt that this beautifully written book will comfort anyone who is in the process of falling apart' Louise O'Neill'Liadán Hynes writes with...

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The Restaurant

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Roisin Meaney
Hachette Books Ireland

'A gorgeous tale that will delight, charm and captivate the reader' Swirl and Thread'Meaney leaves you wanting to know more about the characters and what they do next, almost as if they have become friends' Irish IndependentWhen...

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Télécharger le livre :  The Heavens Are All Blue

The Heavens Are All Blue

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Dr Finbar Lennon , Dr Kathleen Mcgarry
Hachette Books Ireland

When Dr Kate McGarry was diagnosed with an advanced cancer of unknown origin she resolved to write a book to chart her experience: as a woman coming to terms with such devastating news and what this meant to her as a wife and a mother but also, crucially, how she...

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Dr Kate Pearson Collection

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Louise Phillips
Hachette Books Ireland

Criminal psychologist Dr Kate Pearson is often called on by the police to get inside the mind of a killer - but will she uncover the truth before they claim their next victim?'Phillips is superb at suspense' Sunday...

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Télécharger le livre :  DirtBirds' Self-Help Guide

DirtBirds' Self-Help Guide

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Sue Collins , Sinead Culbert
Hachette Books Ireland

If making the school lunches, doing the Jaysus homework and dodging the guards because of your long-overdue NCT is sending you over the edge, you are not alone. DirtBirds are here to help, with their guide to just about anything that can send a woman reaching for the...

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Télécharger le livre :  Growing Up with Ireland

Growing Up with Ireland

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Valerie Cox
Hachette Books Ireland

'An incredible portal to our past' The Sunday TimesOn 7 January 1922, Ireland became a free state. Born into that era of turbulence and hope were the twenty-six women and men whose stories and memories of a lifetime are captured by cherished...

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Télécharger le livre :  Chest Pain

Chest Pain

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Michael Harding
Hachette Books Ireland

In late 2018, Michael Harding was in a hotel room in Blanchardstown experiencing severe pains in his chest. He eventually phoned an ambulance and was admitted to hospital, suffering from an acute heart attack. Here, in Chest Pain, he looks at the months before...

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Overcoming

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Vicky Phelan
Hachette Books Ireland

Sunday Times Memoir of the Year 2019An Post Irish Book of the Year 2019When Vicky Phelan delivered an emotionally charged statement from the steps of the Four Courts in April 2018 - having refused to sign a non-disclosure agreement in the...

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Filter This

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Sophie White
Hachette Books Ireland

'Ali is one of the best flawed heroines in Irish commercial fiction since Rachel Walsh in Marian Keyes' ground-breaking Rachel's Holiday...' Sunday Times 'Hyper current ... hugely relevant' Irish Independent 'Modern...

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