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    How to Clean Everything: A practical, down to earth guide for anyone who doesn't know where to start

    €16.25
    A practical, down to earth guide to how to clean just about everything, from one of TikTok's most loved (and least likely) stars

    50 Speeches That Made the Modern World: Famous Speeches from Women's Rights to Human Rights

    €25.00
    A collection of 50 of the most significant speeches from around the globe that demonstrably changed the modern world and analysis into the impact they had.

    All the Things Left Unsaid

    €18.75
    The new bestseller from the beloved memoirist and Irish Times columnist Michael Harding.

    The Flying Prince: Alexander Obolensky: The Rugby Hero Who Died Too Young: The Sunday Times Rugby Book of the Year Winner 2022

    €13.75
    As a 19yr old Prince Obolensky captured the nation's heart's. Now, finally, his story will be told.

    Dandelions

    €16.25
    Where, or what, is home? In Dandelions, Thea Lenarduzzi pieces together her family history through four generations' worth of migration between Italy and England, and the stories scattered like seeds along the way.

    Sunday Best: 80 Great Books from a Lifetime of Reviews

    €25.00
    A collection of John Carey's greatest, wisest, and wittiest reviews-amassed over a lifetime of writing

    Keep Talking: A Broadcasting Life

    €31.25
    David Dimbleby reflects on his 50 year career at the BBC taking us behind the scenes of some of the biggest moments in British broadcasting.

    Centre Stage

    €13.75
    The gritty auto-biography from Welsh rugby star Jamie Roberts.

    Irish Peacock and Scarlet Marquess

    €13.75
    'As good as being in the gallery. Enthralling.' Peter Ackroyd, The TimesThe original transcript of the famous Wilde vs Queensberry trial, containing previously unseen details and exchanges. With extensive footnotes and a new introduction, this definitive account is a dramatic read that will delight Wilde enthusiasts and the general reader.

    Prose: non-fiction