Irish Girls Are Back in Town
They painted the town green in the acclaimed international bestseller Irish Girls About Town. Now
Irish Girls Are Back In Town
...and their unique charm resonates throughout this high-spirited gathering of first-rate short fiction! So cozy up with some of today's best Irish women writers -- many favorites from the first Irish Gir...more
I think its amazing that all of her greatest novels are set in Ireland, her birth place, she writes the descriptions so accurately that you can almost sense that you are there and her magical books are the greatest! Sh ...more
Secret Letter Writers by Catherine Foley: a tad confusing on the end but, a good read none the less.
Dinner with Annie by Gemma O'Connor: nice twist to the devoted husband & trophy wife.
The End (of Their Affair) by Aine Greany: two people thinking the same thing. Interesting.
I really just read it for Cecelia Ahern. Hers was good too but I prefer her full length stories and all the magic woven in.
The stories covered very intimate women's topics and I loved them all.
Why is it that Irish women write so well.
There is one from Maeve Binchy in this book, so it you like Maeve Binch, you will like this book.
Great bedtime reading.