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Dublin dead

Gerard O"Donovan

Dublin dead

a novel

by Gerard O"Donovan

  • 63 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by Scribner in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drug traffic,
  • Murder,
  • Police,
  • Investigation,
  • Missing persons,
  • Women journalists,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Detective Inspector Mike Mulcahy takes on a case involving a Dublin gangster"s murder, while reporter Siobhan Fallon investigates clues surrounding a suspicious suicide story, and turns to Mulcahy for help.

    Edition Notes

    StatementGerard O"Donovan
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR6115.D655 D83 2012
    The Physical Object
    Pagination280 p. ;
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25314063M
    ISBN 101451610637
    ISBN 109781451610635
    LC Control Number2011031170
    OCLC/WorldCa741542542

    The Book of Kells Trinity College Library Dublin ‘Turning Darkness into Light’ when Iona was attacked by Vikings in a raid which left sixty-eight monks dead. The Book of Kells was sent to Dublin around for reasons of security during the Cromwellian period. It came to Trinity College through the agency of Henry Jones, after he became File Size: KB. Gerard O’Donovan was born in Cork and grew up in a brief career in the Irish civil service he travelled widely, working as a barman, bookseller, gherkin-bottler, philosophy tutor, and English teacher before settling down to make a living as a journalist and critic for, among others, The Sunday Times and The Daily he was shortlisted for the Crime Writers.

    DUBLIN DEAD. by Gerard O'Donovan. BUY NOW FROM Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 15th, More Mystery Thriller > MORE BY GERARD O'DONOVAN. Mystery. our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in . Ferrying tourists around Dublin for the Leprechaun Limo Service makes quite a change after years in the military. Still, Megan Malone is enjoying her life in Ireland. She likes the scenery, the easy pace, the quirky, quick-witted locals. Everything—except having one of her clients drop dead at the statue of fabled fishmonger, Molly Malone.

      The statue of Molly in Dublin looked on impassively as the restaurant critic’s husband Simon tried to administer CPR. Megan, the driver of the paid limo that drove them to Canan’s, a popular Irish cuisine restaurant, looked on with horror. Well, talk about a very touristy way to be Dead in Dublin.4/5. The Dead House is a story of descent into madness, fuelled by the wild west cork landscape, isolation and memories from the past. A traditional yet modern ghost story, it moves from foreboding to unsettling to full-on heart-pounding. Search for this book in the Dublin City Library Encore system and arrange a suitable location for loaning it.


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DI Mike Mulcahy is exactly where he wants to be, coordinating international intelligence for Ireland’s National Drugs Unit. When a suicide story turns out to have a bizarre missing-persons’ angle, she’s convinced there is something darker to it.

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