Hachette Ireland – Fiction - Category

By: Hachette  05/12/2011

  • 1980M.P.D. - missing presumed dead: that's what everybody thought when Katie Jones, a beautiful blonde toddler, vanished while playing on the water's edge one hot summer's day. 2006A young woman arr..

  • For three years Twenty Major has written a daily blog. Now though comes a tale so bizarre and abominable that mere words on a computer screen wouldnt have been able to do it justice. These words nee..

  • Numbers 7, 8 and 9 of Miller's Avenue look like any other houses in any other well-kept neighbourhood. But behind these rbightly coloured doors live people with very complicated lives.When Yvonne in n..

  • The exams are finally over, the sun is shining and celebration is in the air. For twins Chloe and Alex the future looks bright, if a bit uncertain. But turbulence is not far from the horizon. It beg..

  • Following a near-death experience as a child, a young boy becomes cursed with the ability to foresee the deaths of the people closest to him. These visions come to him in his dreams and, following a..

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