Series: Murder Most
Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Cumberland House Publishing; First Edition edition (March 1, 2001)
Celtic culture is full of deep tradition and intense passion–from the legends of ghosts and banshees to blood feuds, these are the ingredients of great story-telling. In Murder Most Celtic: Tall Tales of Irish Mayhem, you will find thrilling tales of mystery and intrigue with an Irish flair. Here is the lore of the good and the bad, the light and the dark sides of human nature, mixed with the ancient Irish traditions. Stories like the “The Dublin Eye,” “So Where’ve You Buried the Missus Then Paddy!” and “Stealing the Dark” will entertain and spook you to your heart” delight.
The Irish are deeply passionate about their kinsmen, their country, their culture, and their way of life, as this collection of mysteries so richly illustrates. Slow to anger and equally slow to forgive at times, the children of the Emerald Isle have had planty of experience on both sides of the law. The sixteen stories of Irish crime and mystery in this volume tell of good and bad men and women–heroes and villians both. All feature characters for whom being Irish is more than just a state of mind–it’s a way of life.
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