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    Review: "Maestra" by L.S. Hilton

    Declan Burke and Arlene Hunt review “Maestra” by L.S. Hilton, an erotic thriller about a young art worker travelling across Europe searching for the truth about a fraud at her London auction house, combined with lots of murder and graphic sex (published by Zaffre)

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    "Colours Other Than Blue" by Anthony Glavin

    Anthony Glavin talks about his latest novel "Colours Other Than Blue", the story of a woman writing her diaries which helps her come to terms with the difficult relationship with her mother (published by Ward River Press)

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    Review: "Hot Milk" by Deborah Levy

    Sinead Gleeson reviews “Hot Milk” by Deborah Levy, the story of a woman who goes to a Spanish clinic to find out what is wrong with her legs, taking her daughter/carer with her (published by Hamish Hamilton)

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    Review: "The Drowned Detective" by Neil Jordan

    Eithne Shorthall reviews “The Drowned Detective” by Neil Jordan, set in an unnamed eastern European city where an Englishman who has moved there with his wife sets up a private detective agency and is hired to find a missing child (published by Bloomsbury)

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    "Bishop's Delight" by Patrick McGinley

    Patrick McGinley chats about his novel “Bishop’s Delight”, a crime thriller about a disappearance of the Taoiseach and the attempts by a political journalist to find out what has happened to his friend (published by New Island Books)

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    "The Heart of Everything" by Henrietta McKervey

    Henrietta McKervey chats about her latest novel “The Heart of Everything”,  the story of a mother who disappears after learning she has early-stage dementia and whose disappearance forces her three grown children to come together in their search for their missing mother (published by Hachette Books Ireland)

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    "Children's Children" by Jan Carson

    Jan Carson talks about her debut collection of short stories “Children’s Children”, set in post-conflict Northern Ireland and exploring the role of the family within a society (published by Liberties Press)

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