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Irish Ghost Stories
Irish Ghost Stories | Various
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Presents a collection of Celtic tales of the macabre, drawn from varied literary tradition of a culture enchanted by things supernatural. This work features the writing of such masters of the genre as Sheridan Le Fanu, Bram Stoker, Patrick Kennedy, Thomas Crofton Croker, and George Moore.
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erank58
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One of my reading goals for this year is to actively read more culturally-influenced books as a way to diversify my #TBR. With the start of March, I'm looking for everyone's favorite Irish-inspired reads-- fiction, non-fiction, fantasy, historical, YA, or anything else you've enjoyed!

ManyWordsLater Any Colm Toibin or Maeve Binchy 8mo
tammysue Anything by Tana French, and I loved The Wonder.. was very thought provoking! 8mo
Dragon Almost anything by Marian Keyes 8mo
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Dragon For YA the Artemis Fowl series 8mo
Dragon And one of my favourite autobiographies ( Kleenex is required) 8mo
BookishClaire Promising Young Women by Caroline O‘Donoghue (edited) 8mo
BookishClaire Agree on Colm Toibin — have only read BROOKLYN but it was great! 8mo
MoniqueReads305 Is a nice historical fiction novel dealing with a group of Irish popple immigrating to the US on the Titanic. 8mo
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AlobelThee
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So many green reads, and if only I had time to go back for Irish Ghost Stories 😻🍀 likely next time for sure. - I'm having a flashback thought of an old TV episode, The Cutty Black Sow, 'Tales From The Darkside'.