Dublin Dead (Mike Mulcahy Series #2)

Dublin Dead (Mike Mulcahy Series #2)

by Gerard O'Donovan
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Dublin Dead (Mike Mulcahy Series #2) by Gerard O'Donovan

Irish detective Mike Mulcahy returns in this suspenseful follow-up to the highly acclaimed international bestseller The Priest—and now he’s hot on the trail of an international drugs gang.

One year later, DI Mike Mulcahy is exactly where he wants to be, coordinating international intelligence for Ireland’s National Drugs Unit. But with the economy in meltdown and his department facing tough cutbacks, his dream job is in jeopardy. Then Mulcahy spots a possible link between the murder of a Dublin gangster in Spain and a massive shipment of cocaine abandoned off the south coast of Ireland. Could this be the break he’s been praying for? Meanwhile, reporter Siobhan Fallon is still recovering from her ordeal at the hands of a sadistic killer. Work is her only refuge, and while she’s an emotional basket case, her nose for a story is as sharp as ever. When a suicide turns out to have a bizarre missing-person’s angle, she’s convinced there is something darker to it. But with a vital piece of evidence beyond her grasp, she has to turn to Mulcahy for help. Mulcahy and Fallon have no idea what deadly ground they’re setting out on together, or that their journey will lead them on a twisted trail of terror to the rocky shores and windswept hills of West Cork and a blood-drenched showdown with a remorseless killer.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781451610659
Publisher: Scribner
Publication date: 03/13/2012
Series: Mike Mulcahy Series , #2
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 583,727
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Gerard O’Donovan was born in Cork and grew up in Dublin. After a brief career in the Irish civil service he travelled widely, working as a barman, bookseller, gherkin-bottler, philosophy tutor, and English teacher before settling down to make a living as a journalist and critic for, among others, The Sunday Times and The Daily Telegraph. In 2007 he was shortlisted for the Crime Writers' Association’s prestigious Debut Dagger competition.

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Dublin Dead 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
KenCady More than 1 year ago
geez, I hate to write the first review. The author's first novel was more interesting. This one, about cocaine biggies in Ireland was hard to follow at points, and let's face it- drug novels are a dime a dozen. Many are quite well done. Not to say this is bad, I did rate it good, after all. But I sure would not read it again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful, completely hard to put down.