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Colin and the Concubine O'Donoghue, Domhnall

ISBN: 9781781176863

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Full of Irish nosalgia. Hilarious, charming and a little bit bonkers - I loved it! - Jennifer Zamparelli, 2FM

You will love this book - there's humour in it, you'll smile, you'll enjoy reading it. It's brilliant like that... Even though the topics in this book are heavy, they are treated brilliantly. [O'Donoghue] has a winner on his hands. - Gerry Kelly, Late Lunch, LMFM

A fantastically witty and oftentimes surreal comedic commentary on 1990s Ireland. - Thomas Hackett, Connacht Tribune

Characters that jump from the page with an entertaining and engaging plot … Domhnall’s novel ties Ireland to Istanbul in a surprising and hilarious way. The perfect antidote to a chilly winter. - Áine Toner, Editor, Woman’s Way

​Hilarious - RTE.ie
A natural gift for comedy - The Gloss
Laugh out loud - Irish Mail on Sunday
Wonderful - Galway Bay FM
A delight - The Meath Chronicle
I really enjoyed Colin and the Concubine - Liffey Sounds FM
A gripping book - Connemara Community Radio

Colin Saint James hates his older brother, Freddie – and for good reason. A true psychopath, Freddie has been hell-bent on destroying Colin's happiness since before he was born! Never one to admit defeat, Colin searches for opportunities to get one up on his sibling, even just once.

When the heats for the final ever Housewife of the Year competition are announced, Colin sees his chance. The only problem is he needs a wife. Luckily, he lives next door to Navan's best-looking woman, Azra, who happens to be single and anxious to get a ring on her finger. But Azra is also a Turkish concubine and she and Colin don’t exactly see eye-to-eye over her nocturnal activities.

Will Colin be able to park his reservations about his X-rated neighbour if it gives him the chance to emerge triumphant over Freddie for once in his life?


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