The Irish Detective: A DCI Brendan Moran Omnibus

The Irish Detective: A DCI Brendan Moran Omnibus

by Scott Hunter
The Irish Detective: A DCI Brendan Moran Omnibus

The Irish Detective: A DCI Brendan Moran Omnibus

by Scott Hunter



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Crime Writers' Association shortlisted author Scott Hunter's first THREE novels in his popular DCI Brendan Moran crime series – all in ONE volume. 'A really GREAT read in a genre I love – the atmospheric British murder mystery ... !'
Black December
DCI Brendan Moran, world-weary veteran of 1970s Ireland, is recuperating from a near fatal car crash when a murder is reported at Charnford Abbey. The truth behind Charnford's pact of silence threatens to expose not only the abbey's haunted secrets, but also the spirits of Moran's own troubled past ...
Creatures Of Dust
An undercover detective goes missing and the body of a young man is found mutilated in a shop doorway. Is there a connection? Returning to work after a short convalescence, DCI Brendan Moran's suspicions are aroused when a senior officer insists on freezing Moran out and handling the investigation himself.

A second murder convinces Moran that a serial killer is on the loose but with only a few days to prove his point the disgruntled DCI can't afford to waste time. As temperatures hit the high twenties, tempers fray, and the investigation founders Moran finds himself coming back to the same question again and again: can he still trust his own judgement, or is he leading his team up a blind alley?
Death Walks Behind You
DCI Brendan Moran's last minute break in the West Country proves anything but restful as he becomes embroiled in the mysterious disappearance of an American tourist. Does the village harbour some dark and dreadful secret? The brooding presence of the old manor house and the dysfunctional de Courcy family may hold the answer but Moran soon finds that the residents of Cernham have a rather unorthodox approach to the problem of dealing with outsiders ...

The Irish Detective digital box set is the first omnibus edition of the popular DCI Brendan Moran crime series by CWA shortlisted author, Scott Hunter. Contents include the first, second and third in series + an exclusive short story 'Safe As Houses' ...

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★★★★★ '...the protagonist, DCI Moran, is involved in a murder investigation at a abbey – the setting was so vividly described that I could picture it ...'

★★★★★ '...a well-planned, well-written novel. The writer has a fertile imagination and an attractive narrative style.'

★★★★★ ' of the best reads I have had this year. Gripped by the grizzled Irish detective.....plenty of twists and turns Bravo!'

★★★★★ '...I thoroughly enjoyed Black December - it's a very good "who done it" - and so often!'

★★★★★ '...Top drawer crime fiction...'


Product Details

BN ID: 2940162993049
Publisher: Scott Hunter
Publication date: 10/15/2020
Series: DCI Brendan Moran
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 73,617
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Scott Hunter was born in Romford, Essex. His writing career was kick-started after he won first prize in the Sunday Express Short Story Competition. He divides his time between writing and drumming. He has recorded with internationally renowned rock band 'Jethro Tull' and appeared in concert with 70's popsters 'Mungo Jerry'.

He is currently working on his fifteenth novel and has recently published 'In the Key of Death', number ten in the very popular DCI Brendan Moran crime series. 'Black December', the first DCI Brendan Moran novel, along with 'Creatures of Dust' and 'Death Walks Behind You', have also been released in audiobook format.

He was long listed for the Times/Chicken House Children's Novel Competition for 'The Ley Lines of Lushbury' and won the Sunday Express Short Story Competition a few years back for his historical entry set in the English Civil War. His second novel, 'The Trespass' is a top 20 Amazon Bestseller. He has recently been shortlisted for the 2016 Crime Writers Association (CWA) Margery Allingham short story competition.

Scott Hunter lives in Berkshire with his wife Katherine and his two youngest children
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