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For almost 150 years, Pentridge Prison was a crossroads where thousands of lives came together.
By Mann, Rupert
This is the first book to survey the theme of migration in Irish history over four centuries (1607-2007) and to examine the dyn...
Migration in Irish History, 1607-2007
By Fitzgerald, Pa...
Running a restaurant means you seldom eat at home. Nor do you stop running long enough to pause to reflect on who and what you...
Mietta's Italian Family Recipes
By O'Donnell, Mietta
“Objects, including autographs, can concentrate the mind wonderfully – they take me a different time and space, as I reflect on...
Signed by Hand
"I do need you, Peeta, I really do."
By Collins, Suzanne
Victoria grappled with many of the matters women do today - managing uneven relationships, placating resentful spouses, trying ...
Victoria the Queen
By Baird, Julia
"Love with your entire heart while you have the chance, because life is too precious to waste on any uncertainty" - p...
By Perry, Jodi
My Grandmother says, "We've always belonged to this place". "But how long?" I ask. "And how far?"...
By Wheatley, Nadia
"I was thinking of the winter, wondering when Mrs Borden would come home from visiting her relative, wondering how soon I ...
See What I Have Done
By Schmidt, Sarah
"What I told you that having less stuff could make you a happier person?" (page 6)
The Joy of Less
By Jay, Francine
By Clare, Cassandra
"Massage has been practiced for thousands of years and its effects have been well documented, telling us clearly that it i...
By Kavanagh, Wendy
"Life truly begins only after you have put your house in order...Only when you know how to choose those things that spark ...
By Kondō, Marie
I DONT GET IT THIS BOOK IS WEIRD(not)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
By Thorne, Jack
"The growing digitisation of archives and the reach of the internet have enabled unprecedented access for people to resear...
Private Lives, Public History
By Clark, Anna
"The writing is crisp and beautiful ... Game of Thrones for a younger audience." Guardian
By Rance, Sheila
"Old habits stay longer than old scents."
Into the Wild
By Hunter, Erin
The word 'father' is a verb as well as a noun. The title is not that glorious unless you decide to do something with it.
The Mud House
By Glover, Richard
Gentle and poignant, affirming and wise, Mr Huff is a story about clouds and sunshine in each of our lives.
By Walker, Anna
"This fantasy novel by Fred Chappell is well written and the underlying magic (of shadows) owes nothing to any other writer that..."
"This is a great book with a lot of humour and wit. I really enjoyed it"
"Superb... one of few the novels I would re read!"
"Mietta's Italian Family Recipes by Mietta O'Donnell is a lovely tribute to the late journalist and restauranteur who died befor..."
"Charlotte Mendelson's fabulous way with words and self-effacing, melodramatic humour make this book wonderfully enjoyable to r..."
"Wonderful story, gorgeous illustrations."
"This book was a slog. I kept reading purely because I was interested in how the events played out. I didn't previously know a..."
"The first book in a new private detective series. Roxane Weary is an edgy, flawed Private Detective who never gives up. Look ..."
"Finally I have caught up with biography of Thea Astley. I seem to remember recommending it for purchase, and so am very glad t..."
"K. Arsenault Rivera is a new author for me and this is her first novel. It is a heroic coming of age story of two girls as th..."
"This is a sequel to The Interminables and features the same major characters, Edmund Templeton ("The Hour Thief"), a ..."
"I usually like anything written by Eric Flint although Alistair Kimble is new to me. This book is a disappointment. I found..."
"I would agree with the readers reviews here. She writes beautifully, with a poet's voice. She creates an image for her dearly..."
"This falls into the 'summer read' pile for me. It sounded dire, Hollywood life and renovating the French chateau. Spoilt mino..."
"An enjoyable, involving, intelligent whodunnit. I enjoy the fact that Anne Holt's characters evolve in each novel and that she ..."
"A good summer read. The setting is so well described I could see myself walking beside the various characters as they enjoyed ..."
"This is a delightful and satisfying story. I loved the setting, it was described with such love and attention to the detail of..."
"The detailed review of this book outlines the story for you. If you are interested in the enormous changes that have happened ..."
"First Charity Norman novel I have read, it won't be my last. A believable story of loss, family, hatred, forgiveness. A good ..."
"The book seemed to take an inordinate time to get going, and this kaleidoscope of characters is too big to keep in mind. They s..."
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