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  • The Devil to Payby Hugh Ryan

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 7.28

    Kilkenny, 1324. Alice Kyteler, outspoken daughter of a wealthy Flemish banker, has survived four husbands and is beset by the gossip and rivalry of a medieval Anglo-Norman town. Her beautiful maid is Petronilla, child of an itinerant shoemaker, her lover Sir Arnaud le Poer is seneschal and lord of south Leinster. Her nemesis is Richard de Ledrede,... more...

  • The House of Slamming Doorsby Mark Macauley

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 7.28

    My name is Justin Alexander Torquhil Edward Peregrine Montague, but my father calls me 'you little bollocks', or when he is in a good mood, 'old cock'. It's 1963 in a country house in west Wicklow during the heady summer of JFK's visit to Ireland. Turbulence is in the air as Justin is locked in combat with his angry and inebriate father. A dark... more...

  • A State of Mindby Kevin Casey

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 7.28

    In mid-1970s rural Wicklow, John Hughes, a once-feted journalist/author with writer's block, reflects on recent events. When English author William Cromer and his German lover Ingrid move to the Old Rectory nearby, their lives are transformed and an alcohol-fuelled affair begins. Hughes puts at risk everything he has ever loved - his wife Laura, teenage... more...

  • Breakfast the Night Beforeby Marjorie Quarton

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 7.28

    This sparkling memoir gives a personal view of Irish rural life from the Economic War of the 1930s to the farming boom and recession of the 1970s. It describes the upbringing of a Protestant only child on a farm near Nenagh in north Tipperary-an idyll interrupted by school in Dublin during the 1940s. Taking over the farm on her father's death, working... more...

  • Before the House Burnsby Mary O'Donoghue

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 7.28

    "Electric, real, utterly modern: this is a voice to welcome and to watch" - Anne Enright. Set on Ireland's Atlantic coast, Before the House Burns is a tender, implosive first novel by an award-winning short story writer and poet. It concerns the lives of its three young narrators, children of a bereaved father and witnesses to a shared grief. This... more...

  • Overnight to Innsbruckby Denyse Woods

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 7.28

    On an overnight train to Innsbruck, ex-lovers Richard and Frances meet each other by chance many years after their mysterious separation on a train journey through the blistering heat and vast empty expanses of the Sudanese desert. As they each tell their separate stories of fear, confusion and loss, they try to unravel the truth of what happened... more...

  • Mirror, Mirrorby Terry Prone

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 1.44

    Terry Prone once thought plastic surgery was for the vain, the self-regarding and the rich. She thought herself the person least likely to submit to the plastic surgeon's scalpel. But this was before a traumatic car crash in which the steering wheel caved in her cheekbones, broke her jaw and smashed her teeth. In the days and weeks that followed,... more...

  • Nostosby John Moriarty

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 14.57

    In this astonishing volume of autobiography, John Moriarty's earlier works of mystical philosophy, Dreamtime and Turtle Was Gone a Long Time, are given a biographical grounding. Inhabited by all that he reads and perceives, Moriarty recovers lost forms of sensibility and categories of understanding, reconciling them gloriously within the arc of his... more...

  • Gander at the Gateby Rory O'Connor

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 7.28

    "The poet W.B. Yeats desired to produce written work that, while it had been arduously crafted, would appear as immediate and spontaneous as the ordinary spoken words of people. It is a testament to the achievement of Rory O'Connor that he has accomplished just that by writing a memoir that connects closely to the oral tradition. ... It could be hoped,... more...

  • Lark's Eggsby Desmond Hogan

    The Lilliput Press 2011; US$ 14.57

    Des Hogan is, and has always been, the real thing - a writer of great originality, dramatic flair, linguistic invention - who remakes the world every time he puts pen to paper.' Neil Jordan. Desmond Hogan is one of most remarkable literary talents to have come out of Ireland in the past half-century. Larks' Eggs affirms that stature. Here, with twenty-two... more...