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The Dublin Murder Mysteries Books One to Six - No Simple Death No Obvious Cause No Past Forgiven No Memory Lost No Easy Answer No Crime Forgotten - cover

The Dublin Murder Mysteries Books One to Six - No Simple Death No Obvious Cause No Past Forgiven No Memory Lost No Easy Answer No Crime Forgotten

Valerie Keogh

Publisher: Bloodhound Books

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Summary

The first six police thrillers in the series that follows twisting trails of murder, revenge, and intrigue through the suburbs of Dublin.   These gritty, atmospheric mysteries featuring Garda Síochána detective Mike West are now available in a multivolume set including:  No Simple Death Irish police detective Mike West follows a case from Dublin to Cornwall—but the suspect keeps disappearing into the mist . . . Previously published under the title That One May Smile  No Obvious Cause In the Dublin suburbs, West copes with a series of inexplicable crimes—and the return of a woman from his past . . .Previously published under the title Close Ranks  No Past Forgiven Detective Garda Sergeant Mike West takes the woman he loves on a seaside getaway, but when one of the locals meets a bizarre end, it becomes a working holiday.Previously published under the title Murder on Clare Island  No Memory Lost Mike West must solve the case of an unidentified child’s body found in an abandoned house—while also attending to a personal crisis of his own . . .  No Crime Forgotten The body of a convicted predator is found hanging in a church, and West must determine whether this is a case of revenge or something more complicated.  No Easy Answer West craves some time with his fiancée, but two new cases have just come in—and it only gets worse when human body parts start turning up . . .

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