What Books Have Author Maeve Binchy Released?

Maeve Binchy wrote 17 novels, including her best-known works "Light A Penny Candle," "Circle of Friends" and "Tara Road." "A Week in Winter" was published posthumously.

Maeve Binchy was an Irish author who wrote novels that featured Irish women. Most of her books examined friendships, relationships, and strife in an Irish setting. "Circle of Friends" and "Tara Road" were both made into movies, and "Tara Road" was an Oprah's Book Club Selection. Other novels include "Echoes," "The Lilac Bus," "Firefly Summer," "The Glass Lake" and "Silver Wedding." "The Copper Beech," "Evening Class," "Scarlet Feather," "Quentins" and "Nights of Rain and Stars" are also among her published fiction. Finally, "Whitethorn Woods," "Heart and Soul" and "Minding Frankie" complete her list of novels.

Binchy wrote short stories as well and published them in five collections: "Victoria Line, Central Line (London Transports)," "Dublin 4," "This Year It Will Be Different," "Return Journey" and "Chestnut Street". "Deeply Regretted By" is Binchy's only play, originally written for television. "Star Sullivan," a novella, and three pieces of non-fiction, "Aches and Pains," "The Maeve Binchy Writer's Club" and "Maeve's Times," conclude her body of writing. Binchy wrote profiles of authors and other columns for the Irish Times from 1968 through 2000.