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DEATH AT CHRISTY BURKE’S – Anne Emery

A DEATH AT CHRISTY  BURKES’S  is the sixth book in a series that features two protagonists.  Montague “Monty” Collins is a successful, if bored, defense attorney in Halifax, Nova Scotia.  Monty would like to defend an upstanding person rather than … Continue reading

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THE GREAT HUNGER, PADDY’S LAMENT, AND LIAM NEESON

As just about everyone knows, March 17 is St. Patrick’s Day.  It is a day when the color green, in all its various shades, is worn by just about everyone.  Green beer is ordered at pubs, Irish music is played … Continue reading

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FAMILY LIFE – Paul Charles

Liam Sweeney’s family is gathering at the family farm in Donegal  to celebrate his sixty-fourth birthday.  Seated around the table will be Colette, Liam’s wife and mother of Thomas, Ryan, Teresa, and Joe.  Thomas is married to Mona and they … Continue reading

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MARY, MARY – Julie Parsons

“You could say it began with a phone call.  After all, that’s the way most cases begin.  And you’d wonder then, looking back, whether there was anything about it that warned you, that reached out and grabbed you, that said, … Continue reading

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SOUL MURDER – Andrew Nugent

SOUL MURDER is the third mystery featuring Superintendent Denis Lennon and Sergeant Molly Power of the Irish Police Force. Saint Isidore’s School is a top level boy’s boarding school that attracts students from countries beyond the Irish Republic. Like all … Continue reading

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CITY OF LOST GIRLS – Declan Hughes

Declan Hughes’ most recent book, CITY OF LOST GIRLS, is different from the previous Ed Loy books. The deranged people who have been a large part of his life are still there but on the edges of the story. In … Continue reading

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