Murder at an Irish Christmas

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Product Details

Price
$26.00  $23.92
Publisher
Kensington Publishing Corporation
Publish Date
Pages
304
Dimensions
5.8 X 8.2 X 1.3 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781496719065

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About the Author

Carlene O'Connor is the USA Today bestselling author of the acclaimed Irish Village Mysteries and the Galway Ireland Mysteries. She comes from a long line of Irish storytellers. Her great-grandmother emigrated from Ireland filled with tales in 1897 and the stories have been flowing ever since. Of all the places across the pond she's wandered, she fell most in love with a walled town in County Limerick and was inspired to create the town of Kilbane, County Cork. Carlene currently divides her time between Chicago and the Emerald Isle. Please visit her online at CarleneOConnor.net.

Reviews

Praise for Carlene O'Connor and her Irish Village Mysteries!

MURDER IN AN IRISH PUB

"The intricate puzzle and continuing Irish atmosphere make this the series' best to date."
--Kirkus Reviews

"A clever twist on the locked-room mystery and the convivial village community will leave cozy readers well satisfied."
--Publishers Weekly

"Fourth in the series, this is a delightful combination of Irish village life, family dynamics, and romance."
--Booklist

MURDER IN AN IRISH CHURCH YARD

"Captivating . . . Fans of light mysteries with an Irish flavor will look forward to Siobhán and Macdara's further adventures."
--Publishers Weekly

PRAISE FOR MURDER IN AN IRISH VILLAGE

"This entertaining combination of Maeve Binchy's old-world Irish charm and Janet Evanovich's roguish humor is a smart, fast-paced read. Devotees of the Hibernian mysteries of Dicey Deere and M.C. Beaton will toast this debut with a pint of Guinness. Sláinte!"
--Library Journal

"A lively debut . . . The cheeky and close-knit O'Sullivans are sure to appeal to cozy fans, who will also appreciate the warmth and spirit of the people of Kilbane."
--Publishers Weekly