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Sister Caravaggio, Various Authors, Liberties press Clifford and Son, Peter Clifford, Liberties Press 1968: Memoir & Murder, Andrew Nugent, Liberties Press
Sister Caravaggio
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1968: Memoir & Murder
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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... Spanning two generations of professional Chefs, Clifford & Son showcases dozens of Michael Clifford's time-tested creations, alongside dishes from Peter’s own stunning repertoire. This book will inspire you, teach you, tempt you and help you enchant all who eat at your table. With a foreword by renowned Chef, Marco Pierre White. With semi-autobiographical elements,  Andrew Nugent creates a fascinating fuse between a coming of age story and a thrilling murder mystery. Shocking, gripping and exciting, 1968: Murder and Memoir captures the essence of rebellion in France in 1968 and the troubled fear of a young man searching for justice.
Echobeat, Joe Joyce, Liberties Press Becoming Mum, Kate Carbery, Liberties Press Flagging the Screenager Dr Harry Barry Enda Murphy
Echobeat
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In the sequel to the critically acclaimed Echoland (2013), Joe Joyce returns with a captivating 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.
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!

Flagging the Screenager combines the expertise of two of Ireland's leading mental-health experts, Dr Harry Barry and Enda Murphy, in response to today's technology-saturated world . The authors work together to provide parents with invaluable advice on how to cope with the mental health issues of their 13 to 25 year-olds, by examining the inner workings of the brain of the "screenager".