Bean na Ciotóige
132 pages; paperback; ISBN 978-1-898332-21-5
A pitch black thriller by T.S. Ó Maoilriain brings us from the backstreets of the capitol to a brutal murder scene on the hill of Howth.
A fine piece of detective literature from an author who combines the earthy language of the west to the roughness of the city. When a customer asks him to photograph his wife en flagrant délire in a hotel room, security adviser Seán Ó Maoilriain expects to be able to pay the month’s rent, but little does he expect to be enmeshed in a tale of corruption, prostitution, and murder, nor is prepared for a pair of shapely legs that send his head and his life into a spin.
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