Binchy


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Binchy

(ˈbɪntʃɪ)
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(Biography) Maeve (meɪˈɪv). 1940–2012, Irish novelist and journalist; her bestselling novels include Circle of Friends (1990) and Quentins (2002)
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A native of County Dublin and a longtime columnist for The Irish Times, Maeve Binchy was the author of more than 20 bestsellers, including the classic novel Circle of Friends (1990).
High Court judge Donald Binchy agreed to vary an injunction order against the broadcaster in light of recent developments.
RATING: 8/10 CHESTNUT STREET by Maeve Binchy (Orion, hardback PS18.
As with her previous works, Binchy has the uncanny ability to capture the drama of everyday life so wonderfully and that is what will be greatly missed.
Fiction A WEEK IN WINTER, BY MAEVE BINCHY (ORION BOOKS, PS18.
MAEVE Binchy was a literary genius in life, yet her greatest triumph may come after her death.
THE life, love, talent and generosity of acclaimed best-selling novelist Maeve Binchy were remembered at her funeral yesterday.
Best-selling Irish writer Maeve Binchy died on Monday, July 30, following a short illness.
Multi-million selling Irish author Maeve Binchy, best known for writing "Circle of Friends", has died aged 72 following a short illness, Irish broadcaster RTE announced on Monday.
Author Maeve Binchy, 71, politician Rudi Giuliani, 67, cricketer Jeff Dujon, 55 and singer Kylie Minogue, 43, pictured 1951: Glasgow powers up for the Festival Princess Elizabeth opens the Exhibition of Industrial Power in Glasgow - the latest show in the Festival of Britain.