Stephanie Sy-Quia

A funny time to be Irish: The Rules of Revelation, by Lisa McInerney, reviewed

In the final volume of McInerney’s ‘unholy trinity’, Ryan Cusack leaves England and returns to Cork, where bad blood awaits him

Lisa McInerney. Credit: Brid O’Donovan

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