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Rosemary Hennigan

Rosemary Hennigan is an Irish author who lives in Dublin. She studied Law at Trinity College Dublin, as well as the University of Pennsylvania, and is a Fulbright Scholar. She practiced as a solicitor, first in corporate law, before moving into the NGO sector. She has worked in advocacy for a number of charities focused on asylum and homelessness.
She was shortlisted for the Benedict Kiely Short Story Competition and longlisted for the Colm Toibin Short Story Competition.


Genres: Mystery
   The Truth Will Out (2022)
   The Favorites (2023)
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Twenty-Seven Minutes (2024)
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Breakneck Point (2022)
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"An absolutely thrilling ride . . . An excellent crime novel and brilliant debut."

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