John Walshe

This Eden: Exciting thriller mixes tech polemic with plenty of drama

The Stranding: Love blossoms in a time of global apocalypse

The Troubles with Us: A warm and funny memoir captures Belfast and its many eccentricities

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Listening Still: Story of undertaker with supernatural gift imbued with tender humour

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I Couldn’t Love You More: A powerful novel that explores the love between mothers and daughters in a cruel society

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Euro Summits: Plenty of pace in an entertaining Euros retrospective

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Great Circle: Two women, two stories, one grand sweep of narrative

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The Garden: Modern fable brims with menace in the sultry heat of Florida’s Everglades

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Maximum Bob: Dylan at 80

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Vanished: A thriller that heads down under into tedium before long

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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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