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A Slanting of the Sun
Authors Newsletter
October 2015
by Hilary Fannin
October 2015
The Scrap
by Gene Kerrigan
October 2015
To Live From The Heart: Mindful Paths To The Sacred
by Edited by Sister Stan
October 2015
The Sheridans' Guide to Cheese
by Kevin and Seamus Sheridan with Catherine Cleary
October 2015
Surviving Ireland
by Colm Tobin
October 2015
Standing My Ground: The Autobiography
by Brendan Cummins
September 2015
A Slanting of the Sun: Stories
by Donal Ryan
September 2015
Man and Ball: My Autobiography
by Stephen Ferris
September 2015
Easter Widows
by Sinead McCoole
September 2015
T.K. Whitaker: Portrait of a Patriot
by Anne Chambers
July 2015
Another Heartbeat in the House
by Kate Beaufoy
June 2015
Dalo: The Autobiography
by Anthony Daly
May 2015
In My Own Words: The Autobiography
by Paul Galvin
May 2015
Run, Lily, Run
by Martha Long
March 2015
Sleeping Dogs
by Mark O'Sullivan
October 2014
Dalo: The Autobiography
by Anthony Daly
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Kate Beaufoy

Kate Beaufoy has an MA in French and English literature from Trinity College Dublin. She began her career as a professional actor before becoming a full-time writer. As Kate Thompson she has had a dozen novels published, including the number one bestseller THE BLUE HOUR which was shortlisted for the RNA award.

LIBERTY SILK was her first historical novel. It was inspired by real letters written from Europe by her grandmother, Jessie Beaufoy, in the aftermath of the Great War.

Kate scuba dives to an advanced level and is in thrall to her Burmese cat.

Ken Bruen

Ken Bruen was born in Galway. He spent 25 years as an English teacher in Africa, Japan, South East Asia and South America, and holds a doctorate in metaphysics.

His earlier Jack Taylor novels are published by Brandon Press in Ireland and have won numerous awards including the Shamus and the Macavity Awards.

He now lives in Galway city with his wife and daughter.

Amanda Brunker

Amanda Brunker is an Irish tabloid columnist and a former Miss Ireland. Glamorous and outspoken, she's rarely out of the public eye.
Amanda's books have been bestsellers in Ireland, with her debut, Champagne Kisses, reaching no.1 in the Irish charts.

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Claudia Carroll

Claudia Carroll was born in Dublin, where she still lives. She has worked extensively as an actress on the Irish stage, but is probably best known for her role as TV's nasty Nicola Prendergast in the long-running Irish soap opera Fair City, a character she describes as 'the horrible old cow everyone loves to hate.' She is now a full-time writer.

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