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December 2019

The Dirty South – John Connolly – Signed First Editions- Tote & Vintage Card

31st December 2019 @ 8:00 am - 31st October 2020 @ 5:00 pm

The Dirty South - John Connolly -                           Signed First Editions - Tote & Vintage Card We are very pleased to announce that we have managed to obtain more signed copies of John Connolly's new Parker Novel, The Dirty South. Order Details Below The Dirty South Signed 1st Edt with Tote Collect in Store Plus Tote £20.00 GBP Book + Postage to UK (£3.99) £23.99 GBP Book + Postage…

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April 2020

Uncoiling The Ropes – The Memoir of A Trailblazing Irish Climber – Clare Sheridan

April 30 @ 8:00 am - October 31 @ 5:00 pm

Uncoiling The Ropes - The Memoir of A Trailblazing Irish Climber Publication August 2020 1970s Ireland had a message for Clare Sheridan: ‘Girls don’t climb. But in an era when there was no shortage of voices telling women how they should behave, Clare wasn’t listening. Fresh out of convent boarding school, she was determined to venture onto steep rock and see the world from a different perspective. Climbing quickly became her passion, and Clare’s thirst for adventure was matched only …

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May 2020

The Traveller & Other Stories – Stuart Neville

May 1 @ 8:00 am - October 31 @ 5:00 pm

We are extremely excited to announce that we will have Signed copies of the latest Stuart Neville collection, The Traveller & Other Stories. With a foreword by Irish crime fiction legend, John Connolly. (John will also be signing our copies) Reserve your copy below - Publication October 2020  PLEASE BE SURE TO SELECT THE CORRECT SHIPPING/COLLECTION OPTION "The book is divided into two parts: New Monsters, which contains seven chilling stand-alone tales that traverse and blend the genres of crime…

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No Alibis Picks

May 3 @ 8:00 am - October 31 @ 5:00 pm
No Alibis, Botanic Avenue
Belfast, BT7 1JL United Kingdom
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The Wild Laughter Caoilinn Hughes NAMED A MOST ANTICIPATED TITLE FOR 2020 BY THE FINANCIAL TIMES, THE IRISH TIMES & RTE 'Extraordinary ... A book of wicked intelligence and tender heart.' - Max Porter, author of Lanny It's 2008, and the Celtic Tiger has left devastation in its wake. Brothers Hart and Cormac Black are waking up to a very different Ireland - one that widens the chasm between them and brings their beloved father to his knees. Facing a…

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No Alibis Children’s Picks

May 4 @ 8:00 am - September 30 @ 5:00 pm

Picture Books The Bear And The Piano David Litchfield When bear finds a piano in the forest, he discovers he is a virtuoso and sets out on a journey playing in all the great concert venues of the world. Yet the other animals in the forest miss their friend, and he begins to miss home. With wonderful illustrations throughout, this is a beautiful book about friendship and belonging which any child will love. Delivery Free UK Delivery £6.99 GBP Postage…

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August 2020

Layer Cake –  JJ. Connolly – 20th Anniversary Edition

August 21 @ 8:00 am - September 30 @ 5:00 pm

Layer Cake -  JJ. Connolly  20th Anniversary Edition No Alibis Bookstore Celebrates the 20th Anniversary Publication of this iconic British Crime Novel with an offer to purchase signed copies of both, Layer Cake and Viva La Madness   JJ Connolly has signed "Social Distancing Friendly" Bookplates WE HAVE A SPECIAL DEAL TO PURCHASE BOTH SIGNED TITLES - SEE BELOW This edition of Layer Cake contains  a new critical afterword by the author reflecting on 20 years since first publication of…

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September 2020

The Loss of Yellowhammers – John D Kelly

September 5 @ 8:00 am - October 31 @ 5:00 pm

The Loss of Yellowhammers by John D. Kelly The title poem of this splendid debut collection conflates the aging body of the poet's grandfather with the colour yellow from a range of allusions, all in the service of compassion and revelation. It is a gesture characteristic of this work which is driven by humanist values, by a deep reverence for and understanding of the natural world and, in elegies and planxties, a loving heart for family and friends. There is a…

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Fortnight Magazine

September 5 @ 8:00 am - November 30 @ 5:00 pm

Fifty years after it was launched in 1970, a new 80 page edition in a revised format will be published on 25th September both in a printed version and free online from a reinstated Fortnight website: fortnightmagazine.org. The issue will focus on some possible political and economic futures for Northern Ireland and how any changes might be debated and implemented. It will also cover current cultural and arts developments in the North and the past history of the magazine from…

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