Saints and Sinners

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Faber & Faber, Limited, Feb 1, 2012 - Ireland - 208 pages
16 Reviews
With her inimitable gift for describing the workings of the heart and mind, O'Brien introduces a vivid new cast of restless, searching people who--whether in the Irish countryside or London or New York--remind readers of their own humanity.

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Review: Saints and Sinners: Stories

User Review  - Fran Macilvey - Goodreads

'Saints and Sinners' by Edna O'Brien - short stories I found this book languishing and brought it home to read and appreciate. O'Brien's prose is completely authentic and deliciously colourful. I ... Read full review

Review: Saints and Sinners: Stories

User Review  - Kate Hamer - Goodreads

I've never read any of Edna O'Brien's short stories before and these just confirm what a brave and beautiful writer she is. Tales of loss, passion, humanity told with a unique voice. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Since her debut novel, The Country Girls, Edna O'Brien has written over twenty works of fiction along with biographies of James Joyce and Lord Byron. She is the recipient of many awards including the Irish PEN Lifetime achievement Award, the American National Art's Gold Medal and the Ulysses Medal. Born and raised in the west of Ireland she has lived in London for many years.

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