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This month we’re celebrate Irish writers. Ireland is renowned for its stories, its songs, its poets and its writers. Enjoy these new books at Rockwall County Library written by Irish writers.

Donohue, Rachel. The Temple House Vanishing. At a secluded school, a school girl and her art teacher disappear. This Gothic thriller was a finalist for the Irish Book Awards Newcomer of the Year.

Donoghue, Emma. The Pull of the Stars. A nurse’s life changes as she works in a ward for expectant mothers who are also battling a new pandemic.

Enright, Anne. The Actress. Norah probes her mother, who is a legendary actress, for life-long secrets.

Hughes, Caoilinn. The Wild Laughter. An Irish farming family faces challenges during the economic downturn of the Celtic Tiger years.

McLaughlin, Danielle. The Art of Falling. A past indiscretion threatens Nessa’s career and marriage.

McTiernan, Dervla. The Scholar. A hit-and-run death may be connected to a larger conspiracy involving a pharmaceutical company and the Detective Sergeant’s girlfriend.

Neville, Stuart. The House of Ashes.

O’Donnell, Paraic. House on Vesper Sands. In this Victorian mystery, a seamstress jumps to her death. Inspector Cutter finds clues that tell a different story.

Rainesford, Sue. Follow Me To Ground. Ada and her father help sick locals called the “cures” in this eerie speculative novel.

Rooney, Sally. Beautiful World, Where Are You? A frank portrait of four individuals and their intricate love lives.