Wednesday 22nd February

Review: "Find Me" by J.S. Monroe

Declan Burke reviews “Find Me”, a psychological thriller by J.S. Monroe about a man trying to discover if his girlfriend really committed suicide four years earlier or is it her he ...

Tuesday 21st February

"Grattan and Me" by Tom O'Neill

Tom O'Neill chats about his debut novel "Grattan and Me", about a mismatched pair of Irish government officials who set off on a high-minded crusade to do something good for the ...

Thursday 16th February

"Good Me, Bad Me" by Ali Land

Ali Land reads an extract from her debut novel "Good Me, Bad Me" (published by Penguin Books)  

Wednesday 15th February

"First Love" by Gwendoline Riley

Gwendoline Riley chats about her latest novel "First Love", a chronicle of a toxic marriage and contemplation on whether you can find and keep love (published by Granta) 

Tuesday 14th February

Review: "Let The Dead Speak" by Jane Casey

Arlene Hunt reviews "Let The Dead Speak" by Jane Casey, the latest in her crime thrillers with detective sergeant Maeve Kerrigan (published by Harper Collins)

Friday 10th February

"The End of Eddy" by Édouard Louis

Édouard Louis chats about his novel novel "The End of Eddy", an autobiographical novel about his childhood in an impoverished family in rural northern France (published by Harvill Secker)

Thursday 9th February

Review: "Spook Street" by Mick Herron

Declan Burke reviews "Spook Street" by Mick Herron, the fourth in his 'Jackson Lamb' series of spy novels (published by John Murray)

Tuesday 7th February

"The Abode of Fancy" by Sam Coll

Sam Coll reads an extract from his debut novel "The Abode of Fancy" (published by Lilliput Press)  

Friday 3rd February

"For A Little While" by Rick Bass

Rick Bass chats about his latest book "For A Little While", a collection of old and new stories written over a 30 year period (published by Pushkin Press)  

Friday 27th January

"Rough Sleeper", a story by Arnold Thomas Fanning

‘Rough Sleeper’, a story by Arnold Thomas Fanning about his experiences being homeless and suffering with bipolar disorder in London; it appears in the current edition of the Dublin Review



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