John Walshe

Lean Fall Stand: A pulsating thriller mixes several styles to gripping effect

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Nora Barnacle’s lust for life shines through in O’Connor’s story of love and literature

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White City: A middle-class anti-hero gets his comeuppance served cold

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First Person Singular: Murakami still a master at keeping readers on their toes

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Boy 11963: How one child climbed out the other side of a brutal system

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Karachi Vice: Chronicling crime and corruption in Pakistan’s largest city

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Leave the World Behind: An ending that fails to justify the means

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The Dark Room: A west Cork thriller with twists, turns and things that go bump in the night

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Life Sentences: O’Callaghan’s powerful prose captures the ebb and flow of a family’s fortunes

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Above Water: Surviving the onslaught of a serial sexual predator

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Words to Shape My Name: A swashbuckling adventure story that tells a few political truths

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The Prophets: Romantic fable lays bare the horrors of slavery

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The Art of Falling: McLaughlin scrapes away a veneer of perfect lives in an entertaining debut

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Anatomy of a Killing: The story of one RUC man’s murder gives a fuller picture of the Troubles

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The Act of Living: A guide to achieving good mental health

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That Place We Call Home: Creedon goes where land and language meet

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A Life on Our Planet: Attenborough takes stock of a burning world to outline a vision for the future

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Born to be Mild: Humorous account of anxiety is a reminder that we can’t do it all on our own

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The Liar’s Dictionary: Whimsical comedy of manners in love with its own lexicon

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Love: Doyle works his magic with plain words and pints

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