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I'd like to see that Jami Attenberg story too: I loved The Middlesteins and I would like to read her other books too. Enjoy your reading weekend!


Always love book lists! I am actually reading Too Close to Breathe by Olivia Kiernan but taking note of the other Irish writers to read. Hope you had a wonderful weekend.


That link to the Irish crime writers article was very dangerous as although I have read quite a few of them, there are several new names to investigate plus new novels by favourite writers. I'm particularly interested in Conor Brady's series set at the turn of the 20th century as my grandfather was a member of the Royal Irish Constabulary in that period.
I can definitely recommend Jo Spain too - she is excellent on the murky edges of modern politics and how they affect police investigations.


I liked what I read of her newest--should really check out her other books, too. It seems she is just of that same age to make the period she writes about familiar.


That is one that is on my library list so I will be interested to hear what you think about it.


I will check her out. There are a number of writers on the list who were new to me! Irish crime novels seem to have exploded (no pun intended) out of Ireland these days. I need to catch up on Tana French's last two books, too. I wonder if she is working on something new--it seems she is due another book about now.

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