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The Dying Breed An Irish Novel of Suspense Declan Hughes To Alan Glynn Contents Part I Advent One Three weeks before Christmas, Father Vincent Tyrell asked Tommy. Depend on the rabbit’s foot if you like
The Dying Breed book. Ed Loy, a private investigator, is asked In a recent interview, Irish author Declan Hughes talks about his Ed Loy mystery series. The books, he says, are family gothic
The Dying Breed book. What's in a name? Apparently everything for Ed Loy, because that's. The books, he says, are family gothic. Despite the impression Irish people give that we're open and friendly and candid, there's a lot we don't want to tell you - a lot of skeletons in our closets.
The Dying Breed Audible Audiobook – Unabridged In a recent interview, Irish author Declan Hughes talks about his Ed Loy mystery series. The books, he says, are family gothic
The Dying Breed Audible Audiobook – Unabridged. Declan Hughes (Author), Stanley Townsend (Narrator), ISIS Audio Books (Publisher) & 0 more. In a recent interview, Irish author Declan Hughes talks about his Ed Loy mystery series. In this third Ed Loy P. I. novel, Hughes relates a family saga full of family blood, betrayal, and secrets. Keeping the secrets is THE PRICE OF BLOOD.
Author Declan Hughes. Declan Hughes The Dying Breed. The Wrong Kind of Blood (Ed Loy PI). Declan Hughes. Dublin PI Ed Loy tackles a case that takes him back to Los Angeles - his home of twenty years - and a past he'd rather forget in this gripping new novel in the Edgar Award-nominated and Shamus Award-winning series. Ed Loy has laid his ghosts to rest. What's in a name? Apparently everything for Ed Loy, because that's the only information Father Vincent Tyrrell, brother of prominent racehorse trainer F. X. Tyrrell, offers when he asks for Ed's help in finding a missing person.
Declan Hughes is the author of the Ed Loy PI series: The Wrong Kind of Blood; The Colour of Blood; The Price of Blood/The Dying Breed; All The Dead Voices and City of Lost Girls
Declan Hughes is the author of the Ed Loy PI series: The Wrong Kind of Blood; The Colour of Blood; The Price of Blood/The Dying Breed; All The Dead Voices and City of Lost Girls. His books have been nominated for the Edgar, CWA New Blood Dagger, Shamus, Macavity and Theakston's Old Peculier awards. The Wrong Kind of Blood won the Shamus for Best First PI Novel, and, in France, the Le Point Magazine prize for best foreign crime novel. Declan is also an award-winning playwright, and the co-founder and former artistic director of Dublin's Rough Magic Theatre Company.
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Declan Hughes (born 1963) is an Irish novelist, playwright and screenwriter. He has been n with the Abbey Theatre in Dublin and Irish Writer Fellow at Trinity College, Dublin. He has written a series of crime novels featuring the Irish-American detective Ed Loy. The name "Loy" is a homage to the character Sam Spade from The Maltese Falcon: a loy is a traditional Irish spade.
The Bloomsday Dead by Adrian McKinty. The Detainees by Sean Hughes. Quite Ugly One Morning by Christopher Brookmyre.
The well-written, deceptively wry narration of the detective hero lends a light note to a very dark plot of malice and corruption in Dublin's horse-racing world. A word of warning for those of nervous disposition: this is a no-holds-barred expose of Irish high society clashing with low-life in a bloody tale of murder, incest, drug-dealing, sadistic priests and child abuse, culminating in an unholy mayhem of Greek tragedy proportions. The Bloomsday Dead by Adrian McKinty.
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320pp, John Murray, £1. 9. One reason for the recent increase in Irish crime fiction may be the increase in Irish crime. Another may be the successful ceasefire in Northern Ireland; the killings of the previous decades having made guns, for the duration, a lot less fun. But a boomtown loves crime fiction, especially hard-boiled crime fiction. Declan Hughes's Dublin recalls Hammett's San Francisco and Chandler's 1940s LA - hot money towns in which the social wax was not yet set.