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Time to curl up with a good crime novel….

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Article by Louise Phillips © 26 September 2017.
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Now that the days have a hint of Autumn/Winter about them, it’s time to curl up with a good book, and what better place to start, than this host of recent Irish Crime Fiction releases and upcoming delights….

CAN YOU KEEP A SECRET? by Karen Perry (August)

RAVENHILL by John Steele (August)

THE RELUCTANT CONTACT by Stephen Burke (September)

 

SLEEPING BEAUTIES by Jo Spain (September)

THERE WAS A CROOKED MAN by Cat Hogan (September)

THE WELL OF ICE by Andrea Carter (October 5)


THE GHOSTS OF GALWAY by Ken Bruen (November 2)


BLOOD TIDE by Claire McGowan (November 9)


UNDERTOW by Anthony J. Quinn (December 14)


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LOUISE PHILLIPS is the author of four bestselling psychological crime thrillers. Her debut novel RED RIBBONS, and her subsequent novels, THE DOLL’S HOUSE, LAST KISS and THE GAME CHANGER, were each nominated for Best Irish Crime Novel of the Year. She won the award in 2013. Louise’s work has formed part of many literary anthologies, and she has won both the Jonathan Swift Award and the Irish Writers’ Centre Lonely Voice platform, along with being shortlisted for the Molly Keane Memorial Award, Bridport UK, and many others. In 2015, she was awarded a writing residency at Cill Rialaig Artist retreat in Kerry and she was also a judge on the Irish panel for the EU Literary Award. Her current novel, THE GAME CHANGER, is available nationwide. In 2016, she was longlisted for the prestigious CWA Dagger in the Library Award, and her first novel, RED RIBBONS was published in the US. She was also awarded an Arts Bursary for Literature from the Arts Council of Ireland. In August, THE DOLL'S HOUSE, is due for publication in the US with Polis Books. Louise Phillips is the crime writing mastermind behind writing.ie's Crime Scene blog.

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