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Brian McGilloway


UK flag (b.1974)

Brian McGilloway is an author hailing from Derry, Northern Ireland. He studied English at Queens University Belfast, where he was very active in student theatre, winning a prestigious national Irish Student Drama Association award for theatrical lighting design in 1996. He is currently Head of English at St. Columb's College, Derry. McGilloway's debut novel was a crime thriller called Borderlands. Borderlands was shortlisted for a Crime Writers' Association Dagger award for a debut novel.

Genres: Mystery
 
Series
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D. S. Lucy Black
1. Little Girl Lost (2011)
2. Hurt (2013)
     aka Someone You Know
3. Preserve The Dead (2015)
     aka The Forgotten Ones
4. Bad Blood (2017)
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Brian McGilloway recommends
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The Point (2011)
(Point, book 1)
Gerard Brennan
"The real deal."
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Black Water (2018)
Cormac O'Keeffe
"Shocking and compulsive, Black Water offers a grittily realistic insight into the causes and consequences of inner-city drug crime – think The Wire set in Dublin."
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Her Name Was Rose (2018)
Claire Allan
"Claire Allan’s transition into crime writing is seamless. Her Name was Rose brings all the emotional heft and depth of characterisation her readers would expect, but with a taut, menacing plot line. A compulsively thrilling read from start to finish."
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Down the Broken Road (2018)
(Rachel Carver Mystery, book 2)
J R Backlund
"A vibrant new voice in crime writing and one to watch."

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