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Poor Paige! Our lives are constantly beset with problems and obstacles to overcome. Her journey is no different, but she has many physical and emotional issues to deal with as well.
Kinsella’s work is magnificent, raw; the words coming together in form and shape to evoke the essence of the moment in time he is creating.
When Violet returns to the town she grew up in it brings back more memories than she had been expecting. Inheriting the house she had been thrown out of by her bitter Grandfather, she wonders if she has done the right thing coming back with her daughter and intending to…
Based on the true story of Isabelle McKittrick as she grows from one of many children in an impoverished Irish Catholic family into adulthood, this is a story of love, hope and incredible courage from a woman who faced the worst life could dish out and survived to walk tall,…
Set in Sydney in the eighties this is a tale which blends the days of the early settlers into modern times when a book released by author Christopher Marriston, telling the story of a curse which has been a part of his families history since the times of the convicts,…
Encapsulated within the pages is a wonderful look at friendship and what the cost can be, delivered with a wry wit and a depth of insight into people, love and simply living life.
When the body of a young girl is washed up on the shore of the sea-bathing resort of Broadstairs, the town is set to gossip about what happened. But when more and more young girls on the verge of womanhood are found washed up on the sands, the Villagers of…
Belfast in 1986 is being held firmly in the grip of a winter that seems like it will never end: The “troubles” are for once not overly demanding and there seems to be a little bit of peace and quiet on the streets. Life goes on but for RUC Inspector…

Still Alice Featured

This is a wonderful, deeply moving, finely portrayed look into the world of Alzheimer’s disease though the eyes of Alice Howland, mother of three, University Professor at Harvard and world renowned linguistics expert. This is her journey into the small, silent and final world of Alzheimer’s.
For those of you who are old enough to remember life in the ‘80’s get set for a trip down memory lane, for those of you who were not, brace yourself, because although Ros Raines has written this novel slightly ‘tounge-in-cheek, life really was like this: there were no limits,…
In her debut novel, Rowena Holloway has created an intriguing mystery which will keep you entertained and guessing until the astonishing end. And No, you cannot read the last chapter first!
How the West was won is a story that has many aspects too it, most of which have been passed down over generations and become the folkloric that makes up American early settler history. But what of those who tried and failed with devastating costs, those whose story has been…
This is a lovely warm hearted tale about following your dreams, even when things go horribly wrong and you find yourself having to choose between your dream and family loyalties. Gemma and her totally erratic friend Jasmine take up what appears to be a genuine offer to have a working…
Mental illness! This is a topic that affects many people. The author deals with this issue authentically and sensitively. She shows how not only the patient suffers, but loved ones struggle to lead a “normal life”. The story begins in 2010, showing Eden, the main character, as an adult. The…
The moment that you begin to read this story you feel drawn into the mind, thoughts and speech of Joe.  The fact is that his thoughts are askew.  They convince him that the aspiring writer, Bec, who comes into his bookshop and smiles, is the only woman for him.  It…
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