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Strumpet City

by James Plunkett Gill Books (July 26, 2012)

Strumpet City is, simply, one of the best Irish novels of the twentieth century and an enduring and popular classic.

The Gospel According to Blindboy in 15 Short Stories

by Blindboy Boatclub Gill Books (October 27, 2017)

The Gospel According to Blindboy is a surreal and genre-defying collection of short stories and visual art exploring the myths, complacencies and contradictions at the heart of modern Ireland. Covering themes...

The Hidden Ireland – A Study of Gaelic Munster in the Eighteenth Century

by Daniel Corkery Gill Books (December 01, 1979)

Daniel Corkery’s classic book The Hidden Ireland is a study of Irish language poetry and culture in eighteenth-century Munster. The ‘Hidden Ireland’ of the title is literary Ireland: Corkery’s famous...

Classic Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault

by Charles Perrault & Harry Clarke Gill Books (September 14, 2012)

This long unavailable collection of Charles Perrault's Classic Fairy Tales has been updated for a modern readership and accompanied by the stunning illustrations of Irish artist, Harry Clarke.

Although now best...

Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales

by Hans Christian Andersen & Harry Clarke Gill Books (September 16, 2011)

This classic collection of Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales, illustrated by Harry Clarke, was first published in 1916. This modern version includes reproductions of Harry Clarke's stunning work, taken from...

The Dillon Place Mystery – A Sherlock Holmes Investigation

by George Morrison Gill Books (December 01, 2016)

Join Baker Street’s legendary detective Sherlock Holmes and his faithful sidekick John Watson in a thrilling conspiracy-filled adventure across Ireland

On the eve of the Queen’s state visit to Ireland, Sherlock...

Coming Home

by Michael Mccaughan Gill Books (March 10, 2017)

‘Some part of me believed I would become a more complete person if I spoke Irish, more in tune with my roots, my identity, my very being.’

‘A hugely enjoyable linguistic travelogue that is also a sort of...

A Carol for the Dead – Illaun Bowe Crime Thriller #1

by Patrick Dunne Gill Books (February 01, 2005)

Uncover the deadly secrets hidden behind impenetrable walls in A Carol for the Dead, the first Illaun Bowe crime thriller by bestselling master of Irish crime fiction Patrick Dunne

December 16, dead midwinter....

The Daisy Picker (best-selling novel)

by Roisin Meaney Gill Books (August 15, 2004)

The Daisy Picker is a warm and engaging read – everyone can relate to the idea of wanting to change your life!

Lizzie seems to have it all: loving parents, a nice creative sideline in mouth-watering cakes,...

Sean O'Casey, Writer at Work

by Christopher Murray Gill Books (March 28, 2006)

Christopher Murray’s definitive study of Seán O’Casey, the last great writer of the Irish literary revival, provides a strong interpretative context for his life.

Murray looks afresh at the Dublin of the...

The Lazarus Bell – Illaun Bowe Crime Thriller #2

by Patrick Dunne Gill Books (March 07, 2006)

A gruesome summer crimewave in the Boyne Valley complete with ritual murders and a mysterious plague-bringing Madonna – intrepid archaeologist Illaun Bowe is back in Irish king of crime Patrick Dunne’s spine-tingling...

Eliza Lynch

by Michael Lillis & Ronan Fanning Gill Books (September 11, 2009)

Escaping a desperate marriage at the age of 20, Eliza Lynch fled Ireland to Paris where her extraordinary beauty and intelligence won the attention of the soon-to-be dictator of Paraguay, Francisco Solano López....


by Eilís Barrett Gill Books (September 01, 2017)

Captured, brutalised and held captive as a serious security risk, Quincy Emerson once again finds herself in the grips of the sinister city of Oasis. In her way stand the walls of the Colosseum, a maximum-security...

Eating Peaches

by Tara Heavey Gill Books (April 13, 2004)

Eating Peaches is a joy to read – warm, wise and deliciously funny! All in all a real peach. If you're looking for the perfect summer read, look no further.’

Sarah Webb

This is another funny, heartwarming,...

Ciara's Diary

by Ciara King Gill Books (August 25, 2017)

The year is 1999. Connemara is braced for the new millennium. ‘No Scrubs’ rules the airwaves, bootleg DVDs of Cruel Intentions are thrilling crowds of sexually progressive teens, and if you’re not matching...

Ancient Irish Legends

by Padraic O'Farrell Gill Books (March 08, 2001)

From the Children of Lir to Díarmuid and Gráinne to the Salmon of Knowledge and Oisín in Tír na nÓg, Padraic O’Farrell reintroduces the classic stories of the Celtic past.


by Eilís Barrett Gill Books (March 11, 2016)


Keeping Hope – Favourite Prayers for Modern Living

by Michel Quoist Gill Books (August 29, 2014)

Prayers from Michel Quoist, the multi-million bestselling publishing phenomenon, available for the first time as an ebook

The prayers of Michel Quoist are not prayers in the usual sense, but meditations on life....

In Sight of Yellow Mountain

by Philip Judge Gill Books (July 21, 2017)

‘This is The Good Life meets A Year in Provence’. Sue Collins, The Nualas

‘A luminous, funny and profound reading experience.’ Sebastian Barry

First, a dream of escaping the city… and then a century-old...

Irish Ghost Stories

by Padraic O'Farrell Gill Books (March 02, 2004)

The ghost story holds a special place in Ireland. It provided the raw material for evenings of storytelling that were a common feature of country life up to the 1950s (and frequently beyond).

Unexplained psychic...