Tuesday 21st March

Round-up of the latest crime fiction

Declan Burke with a round-up of the latest crime fiction – “Good Me, Bad Me” by Ali Land, “Lady Cop Makes Trouble” by Amy Stewart, “Her Husband’s Lover” by Julia ...

Monday 20th March

"A Line Made By Walking" by Sara Baume

Sara Baume talks about her latest novel "A Line Made By Walking", about a 25-year-old woman Frankie, who has worked in art galleries but has a form of breakdown and returns ...

Review: "A Natural" by Ross Raisin

Sinead Gleeson reviews "A Natural" by Ross Raisin, the story of a Premier League footballer who dislikes the machismo of the football world while in denial about his sexuality (published ...

Friday 17th March

"Who's Afraid Of Contemporary Art?" by Jessica Cerasi and Kyung An

Jessica Cerasi, co-author of "Who's Afraid Of Contemporary Art?", an A-Z guide to the world of contemporary art (published by Thames & Hudson)

Review: "A Gentleman In Moscow" by Amor Towles

Dylan Tighe reviews "A Gentleman In Moscow" by Amor Towles, set in the years following the Bolshevik revolution as seen from the perspective of one-time aristocrat now under house arrest ...

Thursday 16th March

"The Patriots" by Sana Krasikov

Sana Krasikov “The Patriots”, a family saga about three generations of a Russian family and their lives in America (published by Penguin Random House)

Tuesday 14th March

"The End of Eddy" by Édouard Louis

Édouard Louis reads an excerpt from his novel "The End of Eddy" (published by Penguin Random House)  

"Ithaca" by Alan McMonagle

Alan McMonagle talks about his debut novel "Ithaca", set in 2009 as the Celtic Tiger crashes and a young boy and girl in small town Ireland go looking for adventure ...

Review:"The Hearts Invisible Furies" by John Boyne

Yvonne Nolan reviews "The Hearts Invisible Furies" by John Boyne, which opens in 1945 and follows the life of a gay man Cyril Avery, from his birth in West Cork to ...

Monday 13th March

"Lincoln In The Bardo" by George Saunders

George Saunders, author of “Lincoln In The Bardo”, set during the American Civil War it takes place one night in a cemetery in Washington D.C. where Willie Lincoln - younger son ...



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