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Becoming Mum, Kate Carbery, Liberties Press Echobeat, Joe Joyce, Liberties Press Sinker, Jason Johnson, Liberties Press
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Becoming Mum is a warm, honest and enormously helpful reference book for new motherhood and mums-to-be. The pages are packed with personal accounts and reassuring advice from dozens of mothers on the often difficult issues associated with childbirth and the early months of motherhood. A must-read for all new & expecting mothers!

Joe Joyce excavates a story from the bones of historical facts and adds a layer of intrigue in this engrossing blend of spy novel and historical thriller. One of those touchstone books of the Second World War, Echobeat brilliantly portrays the divided loyalties of the time, bringing the history of our neutrality to life.
"This game is no indulgence - it's endurance." Meet Baker Forley, 27 year old law dropout , as he signs up for the world’s most controversial and deadly sport...professional drinking. Inspired by the complexity of addiction, Sinker is a joyful, blackly comic, irreverent take on a hopeless but changing male drinking culture.
Sister Caravaggio, Various Authors, Liberties press Malcolm Orange Disappears, Jan Carson, Liberties Press The Goose Tree, Moyra Donaldson, Liberties Press
Sister Caravaggio
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Malcolm Orange Disappears
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The Goose Tree
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A playful crime caper featuring a rich cast of characters and written by a star-studded team of authors including Maeve Binchy, Peter Cunningham, Neil Donnelly, Cormac Millar, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne, Mary O'Donnell, and Peter Sheridan, Sister Caravaggio takes readers to an abbey in Kildare filled with mystery, intrigue and murder... Quirky, entertaining and set in a technicolor world of magic realism, Malcolm Orange Disappears is the highly original debut from the uniquely talented pen of Jan Carson. Set in the pacific north-western Portland, Oregon, we follow the heartbreakingly resilient Malcolm Orange and his dysfunctional family as he embarks on a touching adventure to find a cure for disappearing. Moyra Donaldson has been hailed as ‘engaging, insightful and profoundly moving and speaking with a rare authority’ Whatever the subject matter – be it anatomy, death, life, sex, or the natural world – Moyra Donaldson writes with a keen knowledge of the connection between the private and the public, the past and the present, the local and the universal.