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Tiernan's Wake By Richard T Rook
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Michael Tiernan, a burned-out Boston lawyer, is contacted by the mysterious Irish historian Aedan Burns. He believes Michael’s family history files contain a clue that will lead them to the... More > only known portrait and missing treasure of the 16th-century Irish pirate Grace O’Malley. Aedan offers Michael and his artist wife Sara a partnership. Michael and Sara apply their different skills and solve the puzzle, or do they? In the process, they discover themselves, and that Grace O’Malley was more than just a pirate. And then they discover who Aedan is and what he was really up to . . .< Less
Tiernan's Wake By Richard T. Rook
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Michael Tiernan, a burned-out Boston lawyer, is contacted by the mysterious Irish historian Aedan Burns. He believes Michael’s family history files contain a clue that will lead them to the... More > only known portrait and missing treasure of the 16th-century Irish pirate Grace O’Malley. Aedan offers Michael and his artist wife Sara a partnership. Michael and Sara apply their different skills and solve the puzzle, or do they? In the process, they discover themselves, and that Grace O’Malley was more than just a pirate. And then they discover who Aedan is and what he was really up to . . .< Less
The Bitter End By David Shaughnessy
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The Bitter End is a novel of political intrigue set in the Irish working-class enclave of South Boston. A breezy read, stocked with vivid characters and snappy dialogue and flush with local color,... More > The Bitter End indelibly captures a world that is passing, but not going easily.< Less
The Bitter End By David Shaughnessy
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The Bitter End is a novel of political intrigue set in the Irish working-class enclave of South Boston. A breezy read, stocked with vivid characters and snappy dialogue and flush with local color,... More > The Bitter End indelibly captures a world that is passing, but not going easily.< Less
Showdown in Beantown, A Cavazutti Crime Novel By Carlo Cavazutti
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When the common man turns his back it is the hero that runs into the smoke of battle. Boston has always been the city of treachery, deceit, terrorism, the cradle of freedom and organized crime from... More > the Irish, Italians and the Albanians. It has been home to traitors, martyrs, heroes, a hot bed of segregation and integration and the men who kept the city safe even in the face of big time corruption. But heroes never failed to rise to the occasion even when they could have stayed out of harms way. But hasn’t it always been the hero who runs to danger instead of away from it?< Less
Beyond the Bog By MP Devlin
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In the small village of Kiltee, on the Northern Ireland coastline, young eight year old Garrett Daley is swept out to sea while riding his horse, Maggie, on a windy afternoon in September 1970. His... More > horse returns covered in salt water but young Daley does not. After extensive searching and police investigations for nearly a year, it was presumed that he had drowned. His parents, along with his younger twin brothers, moved to Boston, USA a year after the tragedy, but never lost hope that one day they might have an answer to his disappearance. The Daley's good friends and former neighbors in Kiltee, the Finn's, have an energetic seven year old son named Caffrey. And on a Saturday afternoon in May 1974, while riding his own horse, Silk, he comes upon a young stranger down by the dunes. After further conversation, Caffrey discovers that in fact it is Garrett returned home after four years.< Less
Beyond the Bog By MP Devlin
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In the small village of Kiltee, on the Northern Ireland coastline, young eight year old Garrett Daley is swept out to sea while riding his horse, Maggie, on a windy afternoon in September 1970. His... More > horse returns covered in salt water but young Daley does not. After extensive searching and police investigations for nearly a year, it was presumed that he had drowned. His parents, along with his younger twin brothers, moved to Boston, USA a year after the tragedy, but never lost hope that one day they might have an answer to his disappearance. The Daley's good friends and former neighbors in Kiltee, the Finn's, have an energetic seven year old son named Caffrey. And on a Saturday afternoon in May 1974, while riding his own horse, Silk, he comes upon a young stranger down by the dunes. After further conversation, Caffrey discovers that in fact it is Garrett returned home after four years.< Less

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