Twenty-two year old Siobhan O’Sullivan and her five siblings lost their parents in an auto accident a year ago. Siobhan and her brother James struggle to run their parents’ bistro to keep the bill collectors at bay and the family intact. However, when James is accused of murder while in a drunken rage, the family unit begins to crumble. Siobhan will cause waves in the tiny community with her list of suspects and disregard to the local garda’s (police) investigation.
Sit a while with some brown bread and a cup of tea and enjoy this delightful Irish tale; Murder in an Irish Village by Carlene O’Connor. This is the first in A Irish Village Mystery series, and I look forward to reading Murder at an Irish Wedding and Murder in an Irish Churchyard (2018).
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Hi there. The third in the series, MURDER IN AN IRISH CHURCHYARD is now available on Net Galley for reviewers. If interested please email me for the invite link. Mary@Immediatefiction.com. Cheers!
I love the photo of Shibohn’s famous brown bread. I just finished the 3rd book in the series – all are great!