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Dublin at its darkest

Source: Andrew Hughes’s darkly humorous novel opens with a father’s strange gift to his daughter on her birthday: body parts in a bell-jar

The Coroner’s Daughter

By Andrew Hughes Doubleday, 336 pages, £13.99

Few works of historical fiction have such an arresting opening sentence as this second novel by Irish author Andrew Hughes. “For my 18th

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