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Our guide to the best recently published books

10th July, 2016

By Liz Nugent, (Penguin Ireland, €17.25)

Liz Nugent won the Crime Novel of the Year award for her debut novel Unravelling Oliver at the Irish Books Awards in 2014, and there’s every chance her new book will achieve the same feat. Lying in Wait is an immensely satisfying and cleverly plotted thriller. It’s the story of a rich Dublin couple, Andrew and Lydia Fitzsimons, who find themselves in deep trouble when they kill...

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