Search Results for 'Crime fiction'

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KATS auditions

THE KNOCKNACARRA Amateur Dramatic Society will host auditions for its upcoming production of Agatha Christie’s whodunit, The Unexpected Guest.

Playwright to launch debut novel

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MICK DONNELLAN, the playwright behind Sunday Morning Coming Down and Shortcut to Halleljuah, is about to launch his debut novel.

Half price summer reading at Kenny’s Bookshop

Kenny’s is having a major sale at its bookshop on the Tuam Road with all second-hand books at half price and new books reduced by 25 per cent.

Ken Bruen nominated for award

KEN BRUEN, the Galwegian and internationally acclaimed crime fiction author, has received a nomination in the 2010 Spinetingler Awards.

Ian Rankin-Rebus Malcom Fox and me

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FOR IAN Rankin, the internally acclaimed and best selling Scottish crime novelist, the last 18 months have seen the closing of one chapter in his writing career and the opening of another.

Ian Rankin-Rebus Malcom Fox and me

FOR IAN Rankin, the internally acclaimed and best selling Scottish crime novelist, the last 18 months have seen the closing of one chapter in his writing career and the opening of another.

Top crime novelist Ian Rankin to read at Cúirt

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Britain’s best selling crime novelist Ian Rankin is coming to this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature where he will read from his work and take part in a public interview.

Mysterytrips.ie — travel with a twist

This week marks the official launch of Mysterytrips.ie, the party organisers with a twist.

Ken Bruen receives French honour

Internationally acclaimed Galway crime author Ken Bruen has won Le Grand Prix De La Littérature Policière 2009 for the best non-French language crime novel.

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