February, 2019, Ally's latest book Infidelity goes for a re-print, and this time with a new cover. 



Ally Bunbury with 

Dave Fanning, on The Ryan Tubridy Show June 2018 



“A funny, escapist novel full of quirky twists and turns that leaves you wanting more.”
The Irish Independent

“As comical and corrupt as an American Soap opera.”  
Evening Echo

“Romance and holidays have always gone together, and many of us want to snuggle up with a good love story.”  Books Ireland

“Pitched as The Devil wears Prada meets Bridget Jones this sparkling novel embodies the best of both.”
The Sunday Independent



Ally Bunbury, photographed by Rachael Comiskey, 2018

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“The elite are up to their usual tricks, with sex, booze and back-stabbing aplenty.”
The Irish Times

“Delicious escapism.”
The Irish Examiner

“Jane Austin spiked with a dash of ‘Made in Chelsea.”
The Irish Independent


"The Inheritance is pure, unadulterated escapism."

Jessie Cahalin, Books in my Handbag blog


The Inheritance is "likely to be very popular with readers of Jilly Cooper’s comfort literature" ​says The Phoenix magazine

Ally Bunbury writes about the Aga for The Irish Times

George Wyndham and Sofia Tamper, starring in The Inheritance, by Ally Bunbury


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The Inheritance differs from other novels in shining a light on a very different contemporary Ireland from the one most of us know. When Anna brings George home to Farley Hall, they’re greeted by peacocks, thoroughbreds and a housekeeper who defrosts a pheasant for dinner. As you do. June 2017, ​The Inheritance.

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“Anna’s quirky, yoga-loving mother and her ruddy-faced father are entertaining and memorable, their country house a warm and welcoming escape from the madness of public relations... with threads linking the London party scene, Anglo-Irish family life and a sprawling Scottish estate … there are private jets and Porsches pitted against old money and family tradition. The elite are up to their usual tricks, with sex, booze and back-stabbing aplenty. (George) Wyndham’s Scottish estate has passed down through 12 generations, and someone is waiting in the wings to claim their part of it ...  ... more Jilly Cooper than Kate Morton …”

"This is the perfect indulgence read."

Sue Leonard