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  • ISBN: 9780727887139
  • ISBN: 0727887130
  • Physical Description: 249 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: First world publication.
  • Publisher: Surrey, England : Severn House Publishers, 2017.

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Summary, etc.: "Reverend Mother Aquinas must discover who murdered a much-loved priest in the third of this compelling new Irish historical mystery series. Ireland. 1925. Pierced through to the brain, the dead body of the priest was found wedged into the small, dark confessional cubicle. Loved by all, Father Dominic had lent a listening ear to sinners of all kinds: gunmen and policemen; prostitutes and nuns; prosperous businessmen and petty swindlers; tradesmen and thieves. But who knelt behind the metal grid and inserted a deadly weapon into that listening ear? The Reverend Mother Aquinas can do nothing for Father Dominic, but for the sake of his brother, her old friend Father Lawrence, she is determined to find out who killed him, and why"--Publisher description.

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2017 August #1
    Set in the 1920s in teeming, tumultuous Cork, Ireland, where Republicans continue to wage a bloody war against the government, Harrison's latest continues her successful Irish historical mystery series featuring Reverend Mother Aquinas. When the Reverend Mother learns that Father Dominic, the gentlest of religious men and the brother of the Reverend Mother's childhood friend, has been brutally murdered, she's determined to use every one of her diverse contacts—from former pupils to doctors to policemen and even members of the Republican Army—to find out who killed him. There are plenty of puzzling clues: a mysterious woman spotted hovering near but never entering Father Dominic's confessional booth, a young boy who claims he's seen a treasure house of gold and silver underneath the city, an earlier sighting of Father Dominic in a pricey local antiques shop, and a local musical group that may have been cover for a much darker purpose. Fine historical ambience, well-drawn characters, a twist-filled plot, and a surprising conclusion make this one a good choice for all crime collections. Copyright 2017 Booklist Reviews.

Subject: Nuns Ireland Cork Fiction
Convents Ireland Fiction
Priests Crimes against Fiction
Murder Investigation Ireland Fiction
Ireland History Fiction
Cork (Ireland) Social life and customs 20th century Fiction
Convents Ireland Fiction
Genre: Detective and mystery fiction.
Mystery fiction.
Historical fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.
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