Just Mary Mary O’Rourke
In her own words, Mary O’Rourke has written ‘an ordinary book, detailing my life in and out of politics over the years: one which would aim to shed some light on the key events of a long career in public life.’ She writes of personal and political events with frankness, warmth and humour.
Run Fat Bitch Run Ruth Field
Straight-talking, funny and brutally honest, Run Fat Bitch Run will give you – yes, you – the push you need to get out of the door, pounding the pavements and shedding pounds in no time. Hate running? No worries. This book will give you all the tools you need to transform that passion into real motivation.
Bring Up the Bodies Hilary Mantel
In this sequel to Wolf Hall Hilary Mantel explores one of the most mystifying episodes in English history: the destruction of Anne Boleyn. Winner of the Man Booker prize, the novel is an audacious vision of Tudor England that sheds its light on the modern world. It is the work of a great writer at the height of her powers.
The Paris Wife Paula McLain
A deeply evocative story of ambition and betrayal, The Paris Wife captures a remarkable period of time—Paris in the twenties—and an extraordinary love affair between two unforgettable people: Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley.
All In My Head: The Autobiography Lar Corbett
Having stepped away from the game in February 2012, Lar Corbett was ultimately persuaded to return for the championship. Then came the disastrous semi-final which provoked unprecedented criticism.. In All In My Head, Lar offers a unique insight into what happened on that day and over the turbulent year leading up to it. A must-read for hurling fans.
Broken Harbour Tana French
In Broken Harbour, a ghost estate outside Dublin – half-built, half-inhabited, half-abandoned – two children and their father are dead. As detective Scorcher investigates, the neat compartments of his life are breaking down, and the sudden tangle of work and family is putting both at risk . . . A finely written psychological crime thriller.