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Many a Twist - A County Cork Mysery

Connolly Sheila

Publisher: Crooked Lane Books

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ALLURE OF THE IRISH: Connolly is the most prominent cozy author to write about Ireland and its culture and charm. The Irish-based cozy series fills a gap in the marketplace.STELLAR TRACK: Cruel Winter, Connolly’s first title in this series with Crooked Lane, performed very well in hardcover and ebook. Her loyal fan base loves this series and keeps coming back for more.PRO AUTHOR: With over thirty titles to her name, Connolly has proven herself as a master of the cozy genre. She is also a New York Times bestselling author and an Anthony and Agatha Award nominee. She is a member of MWA and Sisters-in-Crime, and is the former president of the New England branch of Sisters-in-Crime.

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