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Rachael English’s fourth novel is both readable and believable Pic: Fergal Phillips

FICTION: The Night of the Party, By Rachael English Hachette Books Ireland, €17.50

When she’s not presenting Ireland’s most popular radio show, Morning Ireland, Rachael English somehow finds the time to pen the kind of page-turning novels that made Maeve Binchy a household name. The Night of the Party is her fourth book and, right from the off, it grabs the reader by the lapels and refuses to let go, with the shocking...

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