Secrecy surrounds an Irish police organization
Stunned but clear-headed, the tenacious PI turns on all her skills to find the culprit. What she discovers, though, are accusations that Bucky might be working both sides of the law as an accomplice In a string of robberies.
With her friend's life and reputation hanging in the balance, Callahan , her mom, Edna, and her feisty band of House Mouse employees kick the investigation into high gear, using their unorthodox methods to get answers. This time, it will take every skill they've got to pierce the veil of secrecy surrounding an Irish police organization and prove that the case is more than it seems.
Praise for Kathy Hogan Trocheck's Mysteries
"This is an entertaining, suspenseful romp. The plot zips along but not too fast to blur the exceptional characters. Trocheck's obvious firsthand knowledge of Atlanta makes her descriptions of the city shine with realism. Evanovich fans will appreciate some similarities, but Trocheck's humor is drier. Irish eyes won't be the only ones smiling while reading this first-rate thriller."
"Trocheck skillfully blends family, generational, ethnic, racial, medical and criminal conflicts into her Irish stew. Her Garrity is an appealing heroine, hard-working and principled, while Bucky is just one of many well-drawn members of the community of family and friends for whom she gives her all in this satisfying tale."
-- Publishers Weekly
"Original and suspenseful-- Irish Eyes is the best of the bunch."
-- The Snooper
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