Irish Fiction

So Late in the Day – Claire Keegan

From Booker Prize Finalist and bestselling author of “pitch perfect” ( Boston Globe ) Small Things Like These,  comes a tryptic of stories about love, lust, betrayal, misogyny, and the ever-intriguing interchanges between women and men. Celebrated for her powerful short fiction, considered “among the form’s most masterful practitioners” ( New York Times ), Claire Keegan …

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Aisling Ever After – Emer McLysaght & Sarah Breen

Living in the Big Apple feels like a movie, especially when Aisling finds her ex-boyfriend John on her doorstep. Can his new-found devotion (and his new six-pack!) lure her back home? Or should she continue to chase the American dream with the Irish Mafia and Jeff, the ridey fireman?Meanwhile, back in Ballygobbard, it’s all go. …

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Salvage – Richard Kearney

It’s 1939 and young Maeve O’Sullivan and her family are among the last inhabitants of a windswept island off the coast of Ireland. After her father’s death, Maeve finds herself the last inheritor of the old ways of healing. But the future beckons to Maeve with the arrival of Seamus, a handsome young medical student heading for Dublin. Maeve suddenly finds herself at a crossroads, torn between the pull of the past and the lure of the modern. Must she sacrifice one in order to accommodate the other?