Today’s team review is from Karen, she blogs at http://mytrainofthoughtson.wordpress.com
Karen has been reading The Gun by Daithi Kavanagh
This book introduces you to Garda Detective Tadhg Sullivan, leading a special unit for investigating politically motivated crime. The Deerstalker case is additionally complicated as his superiors have different ideas of how to pursue the possible culprit.
With The Gun, Daithi Kavanagh has created a fast-paced political suspense with local flair. The story comprises a variety of nicely elaborated characters with sufficient depth and interesting interactions to solve this politically inspired case. I had a great time reading The Gun – it is a very enjoyable read; it drives you head-first into the Irish life. I was drawn into the story right away, enjoying the journeys from one location to the next. Tadhg, Helen and Pat are (or soon become) likeable characters – I am looking forward to reading more of this series.
This is for you if you like European political thrillers, likeable and interesting characters, series and – Ireland.
A compelling read in a series to watch out for.
Find a copy here from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com
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Thank you! Daithi
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Thanks Judith! Daithi
Sounds like a good read to me.
How do you pronounce the hero’s first name? 🙂
Hi Kerry. Thank you. Tadhg is gaelic for Timothy and is pronounced like Tige. The spelling looks different to the pronunciation.
Sounds captivating. You’ve hooked me. 🙂
Thank you! I hope you enjoy it. Daithi
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I like the little byline on the book — “Debt was hard. Death was easy”. 🙂
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Thanks Diane – very topical here in Ireland i.e. the debt! Daithi
Thanks so much Rosie for hosting The Gun and myself! Delighted with the review and the comments. Daithi
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