A 'Perfect' book launch for Kilkenny author in her home city

Third novel in childrens' trilogy

Sean Keane


Sean Keane



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Kilkenny city author Helena Duggan signing her latest book, The Battle For Perfect, in the Book Centre for Aoibheann O’Neill and watched by Helena’s daughter Jo PICTURES: HARRY REID

The Book Centre on High Street, Kilkenny resembled a classroom on Thursday night of last week for the appearance of one of Kilkenny’s most popular writers.
There were children everywhere for the launch of Helena Duggan’s new book, The Battle for Perfect, the third in her 'Perfect’ trilogy.
Yvonne O’Brien of the Book Centre said it was wonderful to have the place full and it was a reflection of Helena’s popularity.
“It was a great launch and Helena is so accommodating,” Yvonne said.
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