The Day That Never Comes The Dublin Trilogy Book 2

Paul mulchrone doesn’t care about any of this; he has problems of his own. Remember those people that destroyed the economy and then cruised off on their yachts? Well guess what – someone is killing them. Dublin is in the middle of a heat wave and tempers are running high. His newly established detective agency is about to be DOA.

One of his partners won’t talk to him for very good reasons and the other has seemingly disappeared off the face of the earth for no reason at all. Can he hold it together long enough to figure out what bunny mcgarry’s colourful past has to do with his present absence? When the law and justice no longer mean the same thing, on which side will you stand? The Day That Never Comes is the second book in Caimh McDonnell’s Dublin Trilogy, which melds fast-paced action with a distinctly Irish acerbic wit.

The celtic tiger is well and truly dead, activists have taken over the headquarters of a failed bank, and in the midst of all this, the trial of three unscrupulous property developers teeters on the brink of collapse, along comes a mysterious organisation hell-bent on exacting bloody vengeance in the name of the little guy.


Angels in the Moonlight The Dublin Trilogy Book 3

Rick o’shea, rte“quite possibly the best book I’ve read this year. She is smart, talented and, funny, well, complicated. If the choice is upholding the law or protecting those he loves, which way will the big fella turn?Angels in the Moonlight is part of Caimh McDonnell’s critically acclaimed Dublin Trilogy series which melds fast-paced action with a distinctly Irish acerbic wit, and it is complicated.

Angels in the moonlight was selected as a book of the month in the Rick O'Shea bookclub, Ireland's largest bookclub. Praise for angels in the moonlight"One of the best, funniest thrillers I've read in such a long, long time. Mcdonnell doesn’t put a foot wrong. The prose is clean, sharp, and lively. The pages are littered with witty one-liners and side-splitting laugh-out-loud moments.

Swirl and thread“caimh mcdonnell is a fabulous writer, the mix of action, humor and heart gets me every time. A bookaholic Swede“I enjoyed every page. The writing is tremendous; caimh McDonnell has a gift for storytelling and leads his readers on a merry journey through his books, regaling them with humour and wit.

The quiet knitter“Angels in the Moonlight is bloody brilliant. So the last thing he needs in his life is yet another complication. Her name is Simone.

Last Orders The Dublin Trilogy Book 4

Who can he trust when he can't even trust himself? when he finds himself with nowhere left to run and nobody he can turn to, will the big fella make the ultimate sacrifice to protect the ones he loves? When all that's left is the fall, the fall is everything. And even the mighty fall. Last orders is the thrilling conclusion of the critically acclaimed Dublin Trilogy, which melds fast-paced action with a distinctly Irish acerbic wit.

. When he finds out a rival detective agency played a key role in it, he drags MCM Investigations into a blood feud that they can't hope to win. It's best enjoyed having read the other books in the series, particularly the prequel Angels in the Moonlight. As a wise man once said, just because you're done with the past, doesn't mean the past is done with you.

Paul can't let an incident from his past go. Soon they're faced with the prospect of the company going out of business and Brigit going out of her damn mind. When long-buried bodies are discovered in the Wicklow Mountains, Bunny's past starts closing in on him too.

A Man With One of Those Faces The Dublin Trilogy Book 1

The writing is whip-smart and funny. Books ireland magazine "I was hooked by the end of the first page. The characters inhabiting this hilarious, yet gripping story are just wonderful. Strange alliances "A riotous read. Or else they’ll be history. A man with one of those faces is the first book in Caimh McDonnell's Dublin Trilogy, which melds fast-paced action with a distinctly Irish acerbic wit.

Praise for a man with one of Those Faces: "One of the funniest crime books you could read. The express"A brilliant comedic thriller. The irish post "it's just crying out to be made into a movie. Clever writing. The prose and narrative is spot on. The first time somebody tried to kill him was an accident. The second time was deliberate.

Now paul mulchrone finds himself on the run with nobody to turn to except a nurse who has read one-too-many crime novels and a renegade copper with a penchant for violence. Flipping easily between humour and terror so that I spent most of the book sat on the edge of my seat while chuckling. Cleopatra loves books "Original, innovative, intelligent and laugh out loud funny.

Maureen carter, author of the bev morriss books "if you like stories by Colin Bateman, Carl Hiaasen, Tim Dorsey and Janet Evanovich then you'll enjoy A Man With One of Those Faces.

Disaster Inc

When one of their fund managers has a momentary crisis of conscience and confesses all to a woman he hardly knows, they will stop at nothing to deal with the problem. It melds high-octane action with a distinctly Irish acerbic wit. All bunny mcgarry wants is a spot of breakfast and a decent cup of tea. So imagine how annoyed he gets when two masked men attempt to rob the New York diner he is in? Unfortunately, dealing with that problem just leads to a whole lot more.

 . So just how much trouble is she in? well, you know how they’re always telling us to pay attention to our pensions?   Some ex-employees of the US government are really taking that advice to heart by using their mayhem-creating abilities to maximise their investments. One of the diner’s other customers isn’t who she appears to be, and the odds aren’t great that she is going to live to see another breakfast.

Amy daniels is in big trouble and the only thing keeping her alive is a man who is supposed to already be dead. Disaster inc is the first book in a new series featuring Bunny McGarry, beloved by those who enjoyed the critically-acclaimed Dublin Trilogy of books. He’s a good man having a bad day with the worst hangover.


The Perpetual Astonishment of Jonathon Fairfax

Jonathon is wrong-footed by even the most everyday things, so he's particularly startled to find himself caught up in a conspiracy that goes right to the heart of government. It made me laugh on the tube. Great stuff!!!" andy, amazon uk"shevlin has been compared to Wodehouse, and I'm sure he'll garner more compliments as the book is read.

You can't help being tickled" - the guardian"Not many books make me laugh out loud, but The Perpetual Astonishment of Jonathon Fairfax is one of them. Who murdered sarah morecambe? what is the strange secret that unites the entire british government? And what exactly does it feel like to kiss a real-life woman?With its naïve, reluctant hero and wry look at life, The Perpetual Astonishment of Jonathon Fairfax has been compared to books by Douglas Adams, Carl Hiaasen and PG Wodehouse.

Some comparisons. When christopher shevlin sat down to write this book, the spirit of Douglas Adams sidled up next to him and said, 'Here, let me help you. This book is probably - definitely - the funniest thing I have read since The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. Geek boy, Amazon. Com"it reminded me of a very English Carl Hiaasen - filled with throwaway detail, joyously funny dialogue and slightly absurd characters.

How To Kill Friends And Implicate People

So is sam ireland, a private investigator and part-time bike messenger. Joe pepper, pillar of society and corrupt gangland fixer, will stop at nothing—nothing at all—to intercept the package and protect his reputation. Can alex stay dead while his widow dances on his grave? Can Joe save himself before his stomach ulcer explodes? Can Fergus and Sam make it to a second date before Joe hires him to kill her?Welcome to Glasgow.

For five thousand pounds, he’ll kill anyone you want. It’s a love story. Fergus Fletcher is a hit man. For seven, he’ll frame someone else. But she’s got her hands on a very important package and is in a world of trouble with the mob. Pretending to kill someone is a first, but Alex Pennan has stolen from the mob and needs to fake his own death.

Fergus is looking for love.

Ways to Die in Glasgow

When two hit men catch him with his pants down, he barely makes it out alive. A violent drunk with a broken heart, Mackie looks for love in all the wrong places. Reluctant pi sam ireland is hired by hotshot lawyers to track Rab but is getting nothing except blank stares and slammed doors. A body washes up, and the city seems to shiver in fear; looks like it’s up to Lambert to clean up after the lowlifes again.

As a rampaging mackie hunts his uncle, the scum of the city come out to play. Worse still, rab, his ex-gangster uncle, has vanished, leaving him an empty house and a dead dog. As she scours the dive bars, the dregs of Glasgow start to take notice. Di andy lambert is a cop in the middle of an endless shift.

And they play dirty. It seems that everyone has either a dark secret or a death wish. In mackie’s case, it might just be both.

A comedy thriller - Lifting the Lid

Or could she?with more twists and turns than an Escher-designed bobsleigh run, Lifting the Lid is a comic thriller about how a single, split-second decision can change someone’s life forever. A superb adventure-comedy. The sequel, heads You Lose, is now available from Amazon. Lifting the lid will grab you and pull you along for a fun and wild ride.

. I can't wait for the sequel!’reviewed by jennifer reinoehl for Readers' FavoriteLifting the Lid is the first book in the ‘Lifting the Lid’ series, featuring Sandra Gray, Trevor Hawkins and his incorrigible dog, Milly. The simple act of flushing a hotel toilet transforms his life from redundant sales assistant to fugitive from a gang of psychopathic villains, the police and MI5.

Then there’s private detective Sandra Gray, who could cheerfully throttle him for turning a well paid, piece-of-cake job into a total nightmare. When trevor hawkins hits the open road in his beat-up old camper van with his incorrigible dog, Milly, his quest for adventure soon spirals dangerously out of control.


Old Gold An Eoin Miller Mystery Book 1

But he’s not inclined to dwell on what he’s given up, and Eoin prefers it that way. Then he meets mary, a hard-drinking woman on the run who confides that she’s stolen a valuable item, one that certain people would kill to get back. Before long, eoin’s tangled up in a ferocious turf war that has him playing his former allies and employers—crime lords, cops, drug dealers, and politicians—against each other.

. The two of them seek a temporary—and incomplete—solace in each other’s arms, only for Mary to turn up as a corpse in Eoin’s bed the next morning, him asleep on the sofa. Recalling his father’s aversion to authority, eoin runs from the body, but he hates a mystery and is driven to discover the truth behind Mary’s murder, even if it means putting his own life on the line.

Half-gypsy detective eoin Miller finds people for a living—usually people who would do anything to remain hidden. Ironic considering eoin has done all he can to lose himself in a downward spiral that has cost him his job, his wife, his respect, and anything else that ever mattered.

Runaway Town An Eoin Miller Mystery Book 2

He’s looking for someone to stop him—for good. Now it’s up to him to decide just which side he’s on. But when crime boss veronica gaines tips him off to a particularly sensitive new case, his Romani blood won’t let him say no. After narrowly surviving a vicious knife attack, gangland detective Eoin Miller thinks he’s earned a break from hunting down thieves, runaways, and stolen drug money.

With his life teetering on the brink of disaster, Eoin realizes there is a fine line between justice and punishment. A rapist is targeting immigrant girls, and the half-gypsy Eoin knows all too well just how little help an outsider can expect from the local police. But the deeper eoin digs, racism, the more tangled he becomes in a web of corruption, and revenge…especially once his troubled past threatens to derail the investigation by raising questions about his own loyalty and family ties.

Besides, his client isn’t looking for someone to arrest the bastard.