Lisa  Reynolds


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Lisa Reynolds

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in Louth, Ireland
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Agatha Christie, James Patterson, Oscar Wilde

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My name is Lisa Reynolds and I'm an Irish writer who mainly writes mysteries and romances. I write regularly for the Irish LGBT magazine Eile Magazine and my work has also been published in Irish womens' magazine Woman's Way and Irish vintage vehicle magazine Irish Vintage Scene Magazine as well as in Bray Arts Journal and on many websites including Bi+ Ireland, Miss A, Writing.ie, 101 Words, Writer's Weekly and Global Comment. I have written 17 books, all available on Amazon.

I live in Bray, Wicklow with my Mum Bridget and my older sister Sharon but am originally from a small town in Co. Meath called Oldcastle. In my spare time I like reading, listening to music and watching films and TV. I'm also passionate about equality, love dogs and am
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The Call of the Wild by Jack London
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The Call of the Wild (1903) by Jack London is a wonderfully crafted and thought-provoking short read.

The story is told from the POV of the protagonist Buck who is a St. Bernard and a German Shepard cross. He lives in Santa Clara Valley on a ranch. Ne
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Lady Susan by Jane Austen
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Lady Susan (1871) by Jane Austen is a short read where the story is told through letters.

I found the structure great firstly. It’s done a good bit but it’s not a structure you see overly regularly so it was refreshing to read a book in this style. I
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Coco's Nuts by Tyler Colins
"Coco's Nuts is the third book in the 'Triple Threat Mysteries' series written by Tyler Colins. I previously read the first two books in the series and noticed the author has signed on with a new publisher, updated the covers, and launched two more..." Read more of this review »
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Dubliners by James Joyce
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Dubliners (1914) by James Joyce is a collection of fifteen short stories all revolving around the lives of Dubliners as the title suggests.

It is a wonderful read. The dialogue is spot-on. In a lot of ways, Dublin and Ireland in general has become mor
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Tempted by Mr. Wrong by Jacquie Biggar
"Tempted by Mr. Wrong, a novel published in 2017 by Jacquie Biggar, is the first romantic suspense book I've read in a very long time. I previously read another novel in a different genre by this author but wanted to sample something at opposite en..." Read more of this review »
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The Stranger by Albert Camus
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The Stranger (1942) by Albert Camus is a great portrait of a person who feels life has no meaning.

Set in Algeria, we meet the protagonist Monsieur Meursault who is a difficult character to work out – and not in a good way. When the novel opens, he ha
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A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf
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A Room of One’s Own (1929) by Virginia Woolf is an inspiring and gorgeous write based on an extended essay by Virginia Woolf. It is based on two lectures which Woolf gave to the Newnham Arts Society at Newnham College and the ODTAA Society at Girton ...more
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