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Murder Most Celtic

(2003)
(A book in the Murder Most... series)
An anthology of stories edited by

 
 
From the gently rolling hills and valleys to the savage storms blowing across the coasts, Ireland is a land of amazing contrasts, a study both in beauty and hostility. Nowhere is this more apparent that in its people. Whether hoisting a friendly pint in the local pub or fighting an enemy, as they have done for centuries, the Irish live their lives to the fullest no matter what the circumstances might be. Slow to anger and equally slow to forgive at times, the Emerald Isle's children have had plenty of experience in life on both sides of the law. Murder Most Celtic is an all-new anthology featuring crime and mystery stories about those men and women for whom being Irish is more than just a state of mind - it's a way of life.

Author and stories in Murder Most Celtic are Jeremiah Healy, "A Book of Kells"; Paul Bishop, "Celtic Noir"; Brendan DuBois, "The Wearing of the Green"; Simon Clark, "Finian Ram"; Mary Allen, "Stealing the Dark"; Peter Tremayne, "Scattered Thorns"; Bill Crider, "One of Our Leprechauns Is Missing"; Mary Ryan, "Murder in Kilcurry"; and Ed Hoch, "Great Day for the Irish." Other authors contributing to this anthology are Wendi Lee, John L Breen, Ed Gorman, Doug Allyn, Robert Randisi, and P M Carlson.

Genre: Mystery

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Hardback Editions

February 2003 : USA Hardback
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Title: Murder Most Celtic
Author(s): Martin H Greenberg
ISBN: 0-517-22155-1 / 978-0-517-22155-6 (USA edition)
Publisher: Gramercy
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