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Title:
End of the line
Author:
McCaffrey, K. T.
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Publication Information:
London : Do-Not, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
314 pages ; 20 cm.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781904316190
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Book

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McCaffrey's story is set in Lonsdale, a suburb of Dublin, where journalist Emma Boylan has just won an award for her hard-hitting investigative writing. She's still basking in the glow of adulation when the community is shocked by the tragic death o


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McCaffrey's story is set in Lonsdale, a suburb of Dublin, where journalist Emma Boylan has just won an award for her hard-hitting investigative writing. She's still basking in the glow of adulation when the community is shocked by the tragic death of its parish priest in a traffic accident. The police soon realize the priest's death was no accident. A murder investigation is launched, and Emma can't resist poking her nose in, especially since her friend, DIim Connelly, is heading up the case. Arson, infidelity, revenge, a tragic fire in a girls' school, and an unsavory scandal involving a local schoolteacher all figure in the investigation. McCaffrey's stylish writing, captivating characters, and imaginative plotting make this a fine choice for mystery collections. McCaffrey's first three novels, also starring Emma Boylan, were published only in Ireland; here's hoping he quickly becomes a fixture on this side of the Atlantic. --Emily Melton Copyright 2004 Booklist