Treacherous strand. #2 / Andrea Carter.
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- ISBN: 9781608093045
- ISBN: 1608093042
- Physical Description: 312 pages ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Sarasota, Florida : Oceanview Publishing 2019.
- Copyright: ©2016
First published by Constable, Great Britain, 2016.
A woman's body washes up on a remote beach on the Inishowen Peninsula, partially clothed, with a strange tattoo on her thigh. Suicide? Accidental drowning due to the treacherous currents? Solicitor Ben (Benedicta) O' Keeffe thinks not as she digs deep into the woman's past, uncovering a terrifying doomsday cult which will not tolerate her interference. An atmospheric, treacherous, immersive mystery.
Andrea Carter grew up in the midlands of Ireland, studied law at Trinity College Dublin, and worked as a solicitor on the Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal where she ran the most northerly solicitorâs practice in the country. Following that, she moved to Dublin to practice as a barrister before turning to write crime novels. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from University College Dublin. Her first book, Death at Whitewater Church, was one of the winners of the Irish Writers Centre Novel Fair and she has been the recipient of two Arts Council of Ireland Literature Bursary Awards and a Dublin City Council Bursary. Treacherous Strand is the second in the Inishowen Mystery Series, about to be adapted for television. She lives in Dublin with her husband, documentary maker Geoff Power.
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