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Prizes and Shortlists
A Song for a New Day
Ultra
A Question of Us
The Street of Broken Dreams
Me Mam. Me Dad. Me
Nightingales and Roses
The Tangled Lands
Estoril
Too Like the Lightning
The Way We Die Now
The Little Library Cookbook
The Drifter
Motherfoclóir
It Was Only Ever You
Death's End
Red Dirt
The Three-Body Problem
How We Invented Freedom & Why It Matters

2013: Something You Are by Hannah Jameson, shortlisted for the CWA's John Creasey New Blood Award

2013: The Sentinel by Mark Oldfield, shortlisted for the CWA's Ian Fleming Silver Dagger

2014: How We Invented Freedom and Why it Matters by Daniel Hannan, winner of the Paddy Power Political Book Awards Polemic of the Year

2015: The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu, winner of the Hugo Best Novel Award

2016: Red Dirt by E. M. Reapy, winner of the Irish Book Award The Sunday Independent Newcomer of the Year

2017: A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars by Yaba Badoe, shortlisted for the Branford Boase Award 

2017: After Ireland by Declan Kiberd, shortlisted for the Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards Onside Non-Fiction Book of the Year

2017: Death's End by Cixin Liu, shortlisted for the Hugo Best Novel Award

2017: Death's End by Cixin Liu, winner of the Locus Science Fiction Novel of the Year Award

2017: Dogs of War by Adrian Tchaikovsky, shortlisted for the Brave New Words Award 

2017: Finisterre by Graham Hurley, shortlisted for the Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize 

2017: Inch Levels by Neil Hegarty, shortlisted for the Kerry Group Novel of the Year 

2017: Invisible Planets by Ken Liu, shortlisted for the Locus Awards Anthology of the Year

2017: It Was Only Ever You by Kate Kerrigan, winner of the Romantic Novel Association Awards Historical Novel of the Year

2017: Motherfocloir by Darach O Seadgha, winner of the Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards Ireland AM Popular Non-Fiction Book of the Year

2017: E M Reapy, author of Red Dirt, winner of the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature 

2017: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee, shortlisted for the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Award Fiction with a Sense of Place

2017: The Drifter by Nick Petrie, winner of the International Thriller Writers Best First Novel

2017: The Last Horseman by David Gilman, shortlisted for the Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize 

2017: The Little Library Cookbook by Kate Young, winner of the The Guild of Food Writers Best Food Blog

2017: The Paper Menagerie by Ken Liu, winner of the Locus Collection of the Year Award

2017: The Wall of Storms by Ken Liu, shortlisted for the Locus Best Fantasy Novel Award

2017: The Way we Die Now by Seamus O'Mahony, winner of the BMA Medical Book Awards Council Chair's Choice

2017: Too Like the Lightning by Ada Palmer, shortlisted for the Hugo Best Novel Award

2017: Too Like the Lightning by Ada Palmer, winner of the John W Campbell Award for Best New Writer 

2018: A Reluctant Memoir by Robert Ballagh, shortlisted for the Irish Book Award Popular non fiction

2018: Estoril by Dejan Tiago Stankovic, winner of the HWA Debut Crown HWA Debut Crown

2018: Martin Edwards, author of Gallows Court, winner of the CWA's Dagger in the Library

2018: Ghosts of Galway by Ken Bruen, shortlisted for the CrimeFest Awards eBook 

2018: Grant by Ron Chernow, shortlisted for the Cundill History Prize History

2018: Me Mam. Me Dad. Me. by Malcolm Duffy, shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize

2018: Mr Tiger, Betsy and the Blue Moon by Sally Gardner, shortlisted for the Specsavers Children's

2018: Nightingales and Roses by Mayram Sinaiee, shortlisted for the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Award Travel cookery Book of the Year

2018: Rex V Edith by Laura Thompson, shortlisted for the CWA's Gold Non-Fiction Dagger

2018: Secret Surfer by Iain Gately, shortlisted for the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Award Adventure Travel Book

2018: The Black Watch by Victoria Schofield, shortlisted for the Military History Monthly Book Awards 

2018: The Colour of Time by Dan Jones and Marina Amaral, shortlisted for the Specsavers 

2018: The Mystery of the Colour Thief by Ewa Jozefkowicz, shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize

2019: Gallows Court by Martin Edwards, shortlisted for the eDunnit Award

2019: Nightingales and Roses by Maryam Sinaiee, winner of the Guild of Food Writers Annual Awards, First Book Award

2019: Oscar: A Life by Matthew Sturgis, shortlisted for the Wolfson History Prize

2019: The Road Not Taken: Edward Lansdale and the American Tragedy in Vietnam by Max Boot, a Pulitzer Prize Finalist in Biography

2019: Me Mam. Me Dad. Me. by Malcolm Duffy, winner of Redbridge Teenage Book Award

2019: Safe Houses by Dan Fesperman, shortlisted for the CWA's Steel Dagger

2019: The Boy at the Door by Alex Dahl, shortlisted for the CWA's John Creasey New Blood Dagger

2019: Aria imprint shortlisted for Romantic Novelists Association Publisher of the Year

2019: Heroic Failure by Fintan O'Toole shortlisted for the An Post Irish Book Award Non Fiction Book of the Year

2019: The Tangled Lands by Paulo Bacigalupi and Tobias S. Buckell, winner of the World Fantasy Award, Best Collection

2019: Me Mam. Me Dad. Me. by Malcolm Duffy, winner of the Sheffield Children's Book Award 2019, Young Adult Category.

2020: Love in No Man's Land by Duo Ji Zhuo Ga, shortlisted for the Stanford's Fiction, with a Sense of Place award.

2020: Martin Edwards, winner of the CWA Diamond Dagger.

2020: A Question of Us by Mary Jayne Baker, winner of the RNA'S Best Romantic Comedy award.

2020: The Street of Broken Dreams by Tania Crosse, winner of the RNA's Best Romantic Saga award.

2020: Girl. Boy. Sea. by Chris Vick, shortlisted for the CILIP Carnegie Medal

2020: Daisy Dunn, winner of The Classical Association Prize

2020: Mr Tiger, Betsy and the Sea Dragon by Sally Gardner and Nick Maland shortlisted for the Queen's Knickers Award

2020: Waste Tide by Chen Qiufan, finalist for Locus Best First Novel Award

2020: Broken Stars by Ken Liu, finalist for the Locus Best Anthology Award

2020: A Song for a New Day by Sarah Pinsker, winner of the Nebula Award for Best Novel

2020: Ultra by Tobias Jones, winner of The Telegraph Sports Book Awards' CLOC Football Book of the Year

 

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