Books by Peter Sheridan

EVERY INCH OF HER by Peter Sheridan
Released: Sept. 1, 2004

"A mildly transgressive version of Brendan O'Caroll's Agnes Brown novels, with the same sentimentality and forced good spirits that made many readers of those works rather queasy in short order."
Irish theater director and first-novelist Sheridan takes us through the back streets of Dublin to meet Philo Nolan, perhaps the biggest Earth Mother to cross the Liffey since Molly Bloom. Read full book review >
47 ROSES by Peter Sheridan
Released: July 1, 2002

"An outrageous, scandalously good-humored tribute from a loving son."
The "other woman" surfaces at last and with a vengeance in this tour-de-force sequel to the author's applauded family memoir, 44: Dublin Made Me (1999). Read full book review >
44 by Peter Sheridan
Released: May 1, 1999

"A thoroughly enjoyable, comic journey back in time; Sheridan has brilliantly re-created his delightful, poignant boyhood. (Author tour)"
A funny, tender, and vividly rendered memoir of the author's boyhood in 1960s Dublin. Read full book review >