Read our short and sweet synopsis of the top 10 books right now. Our top rated books right now include: A Keeper, The Importance of Being Aisling, The Skin Nerd, The Obsession, The Hurlers, The House Across The Street, Dancing With The Tsars, Bringing Death To Life, Donal's Meals In Minutes, and Lethal White.
After years away, Elizabeth returns to her childhood home in Cork following the death of her mother. When she discovers a pile of letters from her father addressed to her mother, she unearths a series of family secrets which have far-reaching consequences. The follow up to 'Holding' is gripping, compelling and intriguing, and proves Graham Norton is a master of narrative fiction.
Aisling moves back home to Ballygobbard where she finds a new set of challenges
and some major surprises to contend with in the hilarious and brilliant follow up to
the huge bestseller ‘Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling’. The latest Aisling book
is every bit as funny as the first, with the introduction of some brilliant new characters
that are sure to become firm favourites!
Ireland's leading skin expert Jennifer Rock presents a unique, accessible and no-nonsense guide to getting your skin into tip top condition. Jam packed with tips and advice on everything from the best ingredients to look out for when buying products, through to diet advice on what to eat if you want glowing skin, this is an invaluable guide to achieving a healthy new look.
Sean Cavanagh is one of the all time greats of Gaelic Football, and was an instrumental player in the Tyrone team that went onto win three All Irelands. But his road to the top of the game was a tough one, as he had to struggle with overcoming arthritis, and with the untimely death of his close teammate Cormac McAnallen. In this brilliantly compelling and brutally honest biography, he presents a no-holds barred account of his career on and off the pitch - the result makes for essential reading for any fan of GAA.
An exhaustively researched history of the game of hurling from the respected GAA historian and sports journalist Paul Rouse. Documenting how the game has progressed throughout the years from a sport which was once in danger of extinction through to the huge respect and admiration it has today, 'The Hurlers' is a must read for any fan of GAA.
The eagerly awaited new book from Lesley Pearse is set in the 1960s and is about Katy, a young woman who discovers her much loved father is the prime suspect in a tragic house fire which kills one of their neighbours. As the evidence mounts against him, Katy finds herself caught in a desperate fight to clear his name. A truly gripping, captivating and pageturning read from the Queen of Storytelling.
Ross has to contend with a pregnant wife, a father who has embarked on a futile war against the feminist movement and a mother who is making lots of mysterious trips to Russia. But will the chance of dancing with his daughter at the Strictly Mount Anville ball help him back from the brink? Brilliant, comical and effortless writing from Ireland's best social satirist.
A wonderful and uplifting guide to death and the afterlife, this is a heartwarming journey into one of life's great unknowns from bestselling author Patricia Scanlan and healers Aidan Storey, Mary Helen Hensley and Pamela Young. Arguing that death is not something to be feared, this is a comforting book which will provide solace and consolation to many.
A brand new collection of over 90 new simple and no fuss recipes from leading chef Donal Skehan. From one pot wonders such as Thai Veggie Stew through to quick prep/slow cook such as Piri Piri Roast Chicken, this is the perfect culinary inspiration for anyone who wants to put a speedy, nutricious and tasty meal on the table in minutes.
Robert Galbraith aka JK Rowling returns with the latest gripping instalment in the Cormoran Strike series as Strike is asked to investigate a mystery involving a troubled young man who believes he witnessed a crime as a child. Compelling and masterful, this is one of the most anticipated crime reads of the year, and anyone looking for a pageturning read will not be disappointed.