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The Irish Village Murder: A Torrey Tunet Mystery (Torrey Tunet Mysteries) ebook

by Dicey Deere


Torrey Tunet Mysteries. DICEY DEERE, the author of the Torrey Tunet mysteries including The Irish Cottage Murder, lives in an eighteenth-century Whaler's cottage in Sag Harbor, New York

Torrey Tunet Mysteries. DICEY DEERE, the author of the Torrey Tunet mysteries including The Irish Cottage Murder, lives in an eighteenth-century Whaler's cottage in Sag Harbor, New York. In May or October, she can usually be found at a bed-and-breakfast in Ireland.

The Irish Village Murder: A Torrey Tunet Mystery (Torrey Tunet Mysteries) Hardcover. Praise For Dicey Deere: The Irish Cairn Murder "Shows off some intricate plotting and a cast of eccentrics, including Jasper, Tunet's overweight gourmand boyfriend, and her rival, the inept and vengeful Inspector O'Hare. should satisfy the most discriminating mystery lover.

The Irish Village Murder book. The Publisher Says: Despite County Wicklow's dismal autumn rain, American translator Torrey Tunet is happy to be back in Ireland after a European assignment

The Irish Village Murder book. The Publisher Says: Despite County Wicklow's dismal autumn rain, American translator Torrey Tunet is happy to be back in Ireland after a European assignment. She's longing for a lovely peat fire in her Ballynagh cottage when she spots a forlorn child fresh off the Dublin bus with no one to meet her. Reluctantly taking charge of delivering the child to Gwathney Hall, Torrey walks right into trouble.

Torrey Tunet is a thief

Torrey Tunet is a thief. At least she was, when at the age of fourteen she and her best friend, Donna, stole from a suitcase of dirty money the town psychiatrist had collected. Fourteen years later, Torrey has left her past behind and is now a high-powered translator, working for some of the most important people in the world. When American translator and sometime sleuth Torrey Tunet returns home to the Irish village of Ballynagh, she wants nothing more than to relax in front of a peat fire in her cottage.

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Dicey Deere, the author of one previous Torrey Tunet mystery, The Irish Cottage Murder, lives in an eighteenth-century Whaler's cottage in Sag Harbor, New York

Dicey Deere, the author of one previous Torrey Tunet mystery, The Irish Cottage Murder, lives in an eighteenth-century Whaler's cottage in Sag Harbor, New York. In May or October, she can usually be found at a bed-and-breakfast in Ireland

When American translator and sometime sleuth Torrey Tunet returns home to the Irish village of Ballynagh, she wants nothing more than to relax in front of a peat fire in her cottage. But when she finds an eight-year-old girl at the bus stop, waiting forlornly in the gathering darkness, Torrey reluctantly takes charge of delivering the child to the country house where her usually dependable aunt serves as housekeeper. What they find at Gwathney Hall, however, is not a warmly welcoming Auntie Megan: it's cold-blooded murder. Historian John Gwathney has been brutally shot in his own house, and the immediate suspect is none other than his housekeeper-the girl's aunt-Megan O'Faolain.Certain that her friend Megan is not a killer-and unable to resist a good mystery-Torrey vows to track down the murderer herself. As she digs deeper and deeper into Gwathney's research, looking for clues, she gets caught up in a whirlwind of theft, intrigue, and scandal. Is the guilty party Megan's not-so-secret lover, jealous of the romance Megan and Gwathney had shared? Was it Gwathney's assistant, who stood to gain a great deal upon his mentor's death? Was it Owen Thorpe, whose castle Gwathney visited for mysterious purposes shortly before he was killed? And how does the famous historian's final project-an unprecedented piece of scholarly detective work into the Sack of Baltimore by Algerian pirates-fit into the mysterious puzzle of his murder?As Torrey struggles to clear her friend's name and uncover the real killer, she must employ all her skills to find the key to this shocking crime-and prove that even in a small town such as Ballynagh, people can keep the most dangerous of secrets...
Xinetan
Thsi series is fantastic, I highly recoend for an easy quick enjoyable read.
Wafi
Couldn't get into this, tried but mind kept wandering. Perhaps characters too dry, unfleshed.
Sorry for this review.
Erennge
a pleasant, feisty young woman's relentless inquisitiveness solves crimes.
Pretty fun.
Dorizius
This is one of three books in the Torrey Tunet mystery series and I've also read The Irish Cottage Murder. Torrey is a young American woman who travels all over the world working as a translator. She lives part-time in an old cottage in the village of Ballynagh in Ireland where she has a penchant for solving murders. These books are light, enjoyable reading and are recommended to anyone who like British cozies.
Munimand
This is my fourth Dicey Deere mystery I've read and I wasn't disappointed! Most of the story goes pleasantly along.........until
near the end, when everything gets solved rather fast! I did wish there was more character development......I like to "know" the
characters. Also, the 'slave trade, DNA' etc, seemed a little far-fetched for a small Irish village. Except for that, this
was a very enjoyable read. Now to look for another Dicey Deere book!
Kefym
I loved the setting, theme and most of all, the food references. Would have liked more personal insight from the lead character.
Aria
Once again, the cover art is the best part of the book. The characters continue to be very shallow and one dimensional, the plot goes way out in left field - way way out - to the point of the ridiculous. Slave trading and DNA in the 1650s just is a bit of a stretch in a charming Irish village? The Torrey Tunet character is shallow and smug, and cozy mystery lovers won't find much charm in this tome.
Great setting for a who done it. My first read from this author. I will happily read another one. The characters are clever and believable.
The Irish Village Murder: A Torrey Tunet Mystery (Torrey Tunet Mysteries) ebook
Author:
Dicey Deere
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Mystery
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Publisher:
Minotaur Books; 1st edition (March 1, 2004)
Pages:
304 pages
Rating:
4.6
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