I think Marian Keyes is like a racier version of Maeve Binchy. Very Irish but her Walsh stories have more bite and a more contemporary take on relationships. When you try to describe them they sound like you are dealing with very depressing topics but they are deftly handled with warmth and humour.
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Cecelia Ahern writes enjoyable novels featuring Irish humour, quirky characters, a dose of stuggle and a perfect touch of magic. “Lyrebird” is no exception; a beautiful light read.
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By Janet Evanonvich
Stephanie Plum is a bond enforcement officer. If you like action, romance, calamity & humour then this series is for you. First book in the series is One For The Money.
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What a weird book! Like a grown-up, twisted version of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure with wig-wearing scorpions, Gods, aliens and schlok horror thrown in for fun. Strap yourself in for the fun.
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The UK’s fastest growing children’s author writes hilarious stories that feature unforgettable characters such as Mr Stink and Gangtsa Granny. Great for the kids and the young at heart.
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