Tag Archives: Ireland

Unholy Blue – Darby Kaye

What a marvelous book. It is so rare to see relationships done so well as this between father and child, father and new lover, lover and child; it all feels utterly natural and true and believable. And it all serves … Continue reading

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Something Red – Douglas Nicholas

I was wary of all the extravagantly glowing reviews I saw on Goodreads for Something Red (which I received from the publisher through Netgalley, thank you to them). In many cases it’s simply a sign that the author has a … Continue reading

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The Case of the Missing Books – Ian Sansom

It was obvious from when I ordered this book that it would not be your average mystery: young Jewish (half Irish) man arrives from joblessness in London to a small town in Ireland – Tumdrum – in the expectation of … Continue reading

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