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Sian Ní Mhuirí

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Trust me. You don’t need that for your baby
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The Writing Shed: Author Catherine Talbot on her creative space, writing routine and everything in between.


by Sophie Grenham
15th Oct 2021

Catherine Talbot photographed by Michael Durand

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Her debut novel, 'A Good Father', is a thriller that pulls you into the murky depths of an unsound mind.

Catherine Talbot is an author, a budding screenwriter and former bookseller from Greystones, Co Wicklow. Her debut novel, A Good Father, is a thriller that pulls you into the murky depths of an unsound mind. On the surface, protagonist Des is a devoted husband and father who holds down a grey yet stable job. Cracks have formed in the facade: his artist wife is unwaveringly focused on her creations and insists on staying friends with...

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