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The Commitments

A young musician has a vision of putting together a soul music group in Dublin, and puts an ad in the local paper to find his talent.

A greyhound of a girl —Doyle, Roddy, 1958-

Mary O'Hara is a sharp and cheeky twelve-year-old Dublin schoolgirl who is bravely facing the fact that her beloved Gran is dying. But Gran can't let go of life, and when a mysterious young woman turns up in Mary's stree...

Two for the road —Doyle, Roddy, 1958- author.

"Another round of two pints from the ever-brilliant, always hilarious imagination of Roddy Doyle. Two men meet for a pint--or three--in a Dublin pub. They chew the fat, set the world to rights and mourn friends gone: Dav...

The guts —Doyle, Roddy, 1958-

A triumphant return to the characters of Booker Prize-winning writer Roddy Doyle's breakout first novel, "The Commitments," now older, wiser, up against cancer and midlife. Jimmy Rabbitte is back. The man who invented th...

Smile —Doyle, Roddy, 1958- author.

"A breakout from the Booker-prize-winning novelist Roddy Doyle. A psychological suspense novel unlike any he's written before, about how we contend with the past, trauma, guilt and regret, and the uncertainty of memory. ...

Charlie Savage —Doyle, Roddy, 1958- author.

"Meet Charlie Savage: a middle-aged Dubliner with an indefatigable wife, an exasperated daughter, a drinking buddy who's realized that he's been a woman all along... Compiled here for the first time is a whole year's wor...

Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha —Doyle, Roddy, 1958-

Paddy Clarke, a ten-year-old Dubliner, describes his world, a place full of warmth, cruelty, love, sardines and slaps across the face. He's confused; he sees everything but he understands less and less.

Love —Doyle, Roddy, 1958- author.

"Two old friends reconnect in Dublin for a dramatic, revealing evening of drinking and storytelling in this winning new novel from the author of the Booker Prize winning Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha Davy and Joe were drinking p...

Oh, play that thing —Doyle, Roddy, 1958-

In 1920s New York, Henry Smart gets in trouble with the mob for bootlegging. He flees to Chicago, where he discovers jazz, Louis Armstrong, and another city under the control of the mob.

A greyhound of a girl —Doyle, Roddy, 1958-

"Mary O'Hara is a sharp and cheeky twelve-year-old Dublin schoolgirl who is bravely facing the fact that her beloved Gran is dying. But Gran can't let go of life, and when a mysterious young woman turns up in Mary's stre...

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