Despite County Wicklow's dismal autumn rain, American translator Torrey Tunet is happy to be back in Ireland after a European assignment. She's longing for a lovely peat fire in her Ballynagh cottage when she spots a forlorn child fresh off the Dublin bus with no one to meet her. Reluctantly taking charge of delivering the child to Gwathney Hall, Torrey walks right into trouble. Historian John Gwathney has just been brutally gunned down, and the child's beautiful Auntie Megan--Gwathney's housekeeper and perhaps his lover-appears the likeliest suspect. But Torrey doesn't agree. She knows many eyes watch from behind the lace curtains of an Irish village, and no secrets are kept for long. Now, she's snooping into other people's business from the pub to the police station. Will her questions prove damning to a ruthless killer? Or deadly to herself?
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
|Series:||Torrey Tunet Mysteries Series , #4|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.68(w) x 4.18(h) x 0.62(d)|
About the Author
Dicey Deere lives in an eighteenth-century whaler's cottage in Sag Harbor, New York. This is her fourth book featuring the amateur sleuth, Torrey Tunet.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Another in the Torrey Tunet series. I really enjoyed the characters in this book. Still, I can never quite figure out 'who done it' until the end. Twist and turns in the plot. A nice light read, and I would recommend it to any age. It keeps you wondering.