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When New York reporter Abbie Marshall finds herself in danger while investigating Honduran cartels, she talks her way aboard a private jet about to take off under the guise of interviewing passenger and womanising Hollywood bad boy Jack Winter.Sparks fly as Abbie not only finds Jack arrogant but irresistable. When their plane crashes in the jungle she learns that Jack prefers his pleasure mixed with pain- leading to the most explosive sexual encounters of their lives...

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What happens when the man in your life goes down on bended knee? Not usually a panic attack. For Grace, lover of Audrey Hepburn era glamour, that's exactly what happens and its the icing on an already lopsided cake. But when she meets an ex-Hollywood costume lady/vintage clothing guru, she is encouraged to find her heart's wish- whatever that might be. Funny and tender, I Wished For You is Irish actress, comedienne and fashionista Amy Huberman's second book after Hello Heartbreak.

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Joe Cassidy knows a side of life that is mysterious and powerful. In his work as a healer he sees the terrible consequences of curses placed on houses or of ancient sacred sites destroyed. He sees the torment caused to the living by trapped spirits and natural phenomena that stress the landscape. Like Lorna Byrne (Angels in my Hair) Joe does not advertise but people find him. Everyone from housewives,to lorry drivers, lawyers and record company executives, turn up at his door- seeking his…

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The Diviner by Joe Cassidy

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Shane Ross and Nick Webb whip the official Irish curtain back again, enforcing their belief that sunlight is the best disinfectant. This is their explosive new book- exposing how those responsible for Ireland's current financial crisis are still calling the shots. Prepare to be outraged in early October...

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Ireland is deeply in debt, beholden to the IMF, the EU and the bond markets. Its economy is frozen and years of austerity are ahead. In The Good Room, David McWilliams, who wrote about the dangers of the Irish property bubble and eurozone imbalances when others were saying everything was fine, explains the bizarre economics behind Ireland's current crisis, and illuminates a different path for Ireland. He illustrates the consequences of austerity and explains why it can't work.

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A behind the scenes account of an Irish financial disaster that has cost investors millions. Niall Brady shows how clients' funds were mis-allocated to cover losses, how the Financial Regulator, though aware of irregularities at CHC for years, failed to forestall the crisis, and how it remains unclear, over a year after the scandal was uncovered, whether people will get their money back. A must read for fans of The Big Short.

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Everyone's favourite D4 resident, lady-loving Celtic Tiger cub, Ross O'Carroll-Kelly wakes from a coma with more problems than not remembering who shot him. As expected, both farce and satire ensue.

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When Selina Guinness and her partner Colin, both young academics, moved in with Selina's uncle Charles, an elderly bachelor, they had no idea what the coming years held for them: a crash course in farming, tense discussions with helicopter-borne property developers, human tragedy, and the challenge of dragging a quasi-feudal estate at the edge of Dublin into the twenty-first century.

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From skinny kid from Naas to seventy Ireland rugby caps. Geordan tells his own story complete with terrible injury, rugby politics and the heights of sporting glory.

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Jim Stynes' passing from cancer last March was a blow to his family and the Australian and Irish sporting community. But what makes his journey extraordinary is the man himself- deeply involved in positive thinking and charity work, it was his personal integrity and his approach to life that distinguished him as a sportsman, husband and father. Unmissable.

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