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September 2018

Through Hollow Lands. Thomas Paul Burgess. Belfast Book Launch

September 15 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
No Alibis Bookstore, 83 Botanic Avenue
Belfast, County Antrim BT7 1JL United Kingdom
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Like Brian Moore given a make-over by James Ellroy. Excellent stuff. (Bestselling novelist Colin Bateman) Join us for an afternoon with Thomas Paul Burgess Thomas Paul Burgess was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is a published academic, novelist and songwriter / musician with his band Ruefrex – with whom he achieved commercial and critical success through the release of seven singles and three albums. His first novel, White Church, Black Mountain is a political thriller, dealing with the emerging…

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Northern Heist – Richard O’Rawe – Book Launch

September 28 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
No Alibis Bookstore, 83 Botanic Avenue
Belfast, County Antrim BT7 1JL United Kingdom
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In association with The Merrion Press, No Alibis Bookstore invites you to the launch of this stunning new thriller by Richard O'Rawe When James ‘Ructions’ O’Hare put together a crack team to rob the National Bank in Belfast in December 2004, even he didn’t realise he was about to carry off one of the biggest bank heists in British and Irish history. And he’ll be damned if the Provos are getting a slice of it. In Richard O’Rawe’s stunning debut…

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October 2018

Poetry Pamphlet Launch: Fourteen by Gail McConnell

October 4 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
No Alibis Bookstore, 83 Botanic Avenue
Belfast, County Antrim BT7 1JL United Kingdom
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In Association with Green Bottle Press, No Alibis Bookstore invite you to a Poetry Pamphlet Launch: Fourteen by Gail McConnell Thursday 4th October, 6.30pm. No Alibis Bookstore. ‘McConnell’s poems about creatures – worm, narwhal, octopus, curlew – remind us, in their metamorphic strategies, that we are all creatures of one kind or another, who can embody and transform ourselves and each other through language. Poems that deal with issues of the utmost gravity – matters of life and death –…

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An Evening with Andrea Carter & Alan Glynn

October 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
No Alibis Bookstore, 83 Botanic Avenue
Belfast, County Antrim BT7 1JL United Kingdom
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Join us for an evening of chat with two of Ireland's leading Crime Fiction novelists... Andrea Carter and Alan Glynn. Both Andrea and Alan will be in No Alibis Bookstore to chat about their new novels, "Murder at Greysbridge" , is Andrea's fourth novel. It is part of the critically acclaimed Ben O'Keeffe and Tom Molloy Inishowen mystery series....soon to be a Major TV series! "Under the Night", is both a sequel and prequel to Alan Glynn's classic debut, which…

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Sleeper: The Red Storm – JD Fennell – Book Launch

October 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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No Alibis Bookstore, in association with Dome Press, invite you to the paperback launch of, Sleeper : The Red Storm by J D Fennell Praise for Sleeper: 'Sleeper is an exciting tale full of pace and surprises. J.D. Fennell can write up a storm.' James Patterson "A refreshingly energetic adventure." The Telegraph "Don't hesitate. Read Sleeper and treat yourself to an action-packed adventure." Adam Hamdy J.D. was born in Belfast at the start of the Troubles, and began writing stories at a young age…

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A Day in the Life of Louis Bloom – Paul Charles – Book Launch

October 26 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
No Alibis Bookstore, 83 Botanic Avenue
Belfast, County Antrim BT7 1JL United Kingdom
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No Alibis Bookstore, in association with Dufour Editions, invite you to the launch of the lateset crime novel by Paul Charles, "A Day in the Life of Louis Bloom", featuring Detective Brendy McCusker This, McCusker's second outing, takes him from the historic Botanic Gardens, through the ancient Friar’s Bush Graveyard to the halls of learning at Queens University Belfast, where he and DI Lily O’Carroll encounter enough scandal and deceit to rival even the most venal of governments. Between a…

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December 2018

No Alibis Calendar Launch 2019

December 8 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
No Alibis Bookstore, 83 Botanic Avenue
Belfast, County Antrim BT7 1JL United Kingdom
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Come celebrate the launch of the No Alibis 2019 Calendar, with 12 new images created  by Neil Shawcross.

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Kelly Grovier – A New Way of Seeing -The History of Art in 57 Works

December 11 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
No Alibis Bookstore, 83 Botanic Avenue
Belfast, County Antrim BT7 1JL United Kingdom
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Join us for a Book Launch with Kelly Grovier "A New way of Seeing-The History of Art in 57 Works" From a carved mammoth tusk (ca. 40,000 BCE) to Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights (1505–1510) to Duchamp’s Fountain (1917), a remarkable lexicon of astonishing imagery has imprinted itself onto the cultural consciousness of the past 40,000 years. Author Kelly Grovier devotes himself to illuminating these and more than fifty other seminal works in this radical new history of art. Stepping…

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Anthony Quinn and William C Ryan. Book Launch

December 13 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
No Alibis Bookstore, 83 Botanic Avenue
Belfast, County Antrim BT7 1JL United Kingdom
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Join us for an evening with two of the finest writers working within the Crime Fiction genre. About Anthony Quinn's THE LISTENERS: A new crime series set in the brooding landscape of the Scottish borders from the author of the Celcius Daly series. Not long out of the fast-track training course at Edinburgh's police college, Detective Sergeant Carla Herron is about to be tested to breaking point. She's been called to Deepwell psychiatric hospital in the Scottish borders to interview…

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An Afternoon with Frank McDonald – Truly Frank

December 15 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
No Alibis Bookstore, 83 Botanic Avenue
Belfast, County Antrim BT7 1JL United Kingdom
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No Alibis bookstore invite you to a Book Launch with Frank McDonald to celebrate the publication of his memoir, "Truly Frank"   In his decades-long career at the Irish Times, author and journalist Frank McDonald became well-known and uniquely influential for his tireless devotion to Dublin's built environment. He was, meanwhile, living a remarkably varied and interesting life. In Truly Frank, McDonald tells the stories behind his public advocacy for a more civilised city, and of his battles (and lunches)…

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