In Missing Presumed Dead, Arlene Hunt taps into the most basic, prescient fear of parents – that of a child going missing, but what makes her book interesting is that she explores the fall out of what happens if that child returns. 558 more words
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It’s hard to believe it, but March is nearly here and that can only mean one thing, it’s time for some craic!
As of next Sunday, it will be Reading Ireland Month (or The Begorrathon, if you are so inclined!) and we will kick off a month long celebration of Irish books and culture. 378 more words
Some events are just designed to be enjoyed. Weddings, Christenings, birthday parties – and book launches. I’ve been lucky enough to have attended a wedding and a Christening this year already (and hopefully a birthday party or two before the year is out), but yesterday evening I had the happy chance to attend a book launch, held in the lovely surrounds of Dubray Books on Grafton Street, in Dublin city. 714 more words
We’re very grateful to Arlene Hunt for agreeing to deliver a crime writing master class in the wonderful La Sirena restaurant this weekend. We’ve a large crowd booked and we can take a few more. 10 more words