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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Murder in County Tyrone (The Irish Mysteries Book 1) by Padraig O’Hannon is a murder mystery. Fourteen years ago, a murder sent shock waves through County Tyrone, but it was never solved. It has never been forgotten though, and now the repercussions are beginning to spread, right to the shores of the United States. American attorney John Costa is questioned by the police about the one person he would never suspect. But is the Irish woman that he admires so much innocent or is there something lurking deep in her past? Can he prove her innocence or is he her next victim?
Murder in County Tyrone (The Irish Mysteries Book 1) by Padraig O’Hannon is a gripping read from start to finish. This isn’t just a great murder mystery story, it’s also a history lesson, packed with interesting information that shows the author clearly knows what he is talking about in terms of the Irish troubles. That gave the story a realistic aspect that made it even more of an interesting read – I have to say I learned a lot! The plot was full of twists and turns when you least expect it, and it kept me well and truly on my toes. This is not a straightforward murder mystery – you won’t get ten pages in, know who did it, and be bored with the rest of the story - that much I can guarantee - and the ending will surprise you. The fact that it is written in the first person also lends an air of realism to the story. If you are looking for a real suspense story, this is it; this is the one that will get its hooks into you. Great story, and I will definitely be looking for more by Mr. O’Hannon.