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Dublin Murders coming to BBC One

The Dublin Murder Squad series of crime novels by Tana French are being adapted for television by the BBC and RTE. Starting on Monday 14 October, BBC One will be broadcasting Dublin Murders, a crime show based on the books In the Woods and The…
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In the Galway Silence

Written by Ken Bruen — In his latest novel, Ken Bruen – often called the Godfather of Irish noir – brings back his hard living protagonist, Jack Taylor. He’s an ex-garda man, now a private investigator and In the Galway Silence is his 14th outing….
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The Orphans

Written by Annemarie Neary — After her debut thriller Siren blended together crime, politics and history, Annemarie Neary once again defies genre and expectations, this time with a novel about family, loss, grief and obsession. Crimes do take place, but this book isn’t one that brings you…
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Treacherous Strand

Written by Andrea Carter — Despite the moody cover art and threatening title, this novel falls squarely in cosy crime territory, although with a grittier edge than some of its American cousins in the sub-genre. Set on the Inishowen Peninsula in Ireland, about as far north…
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The Day That Never Comes

Written by Caimh McDonnell — It was during New Talent November last year that we first met Paul Mulchrone, the failed ‘granny whisperer’ and all-around trouble magnet in Caimh McDonnell’s debut novel A Man With One of Those Faces. Now Paul is back, and, yes, he’s in trouble…
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