Happy to introduce you to Full Irish, the collaboration novel by Pete Morin and Susanne O’Leary. I got a sneak peek at this and have to tell you, you don’t want to miss this! The characters are so well written, you feel like you’re sitting in the pub listening to them over a Jamesons, and the settings make you want to travel.
This political suspense novel marks the return of Paul and Shannon Forté, several years after they had moved to Carmel following Paul’s acquittal on corruption charges. It also introduces Finola McGee, the brassy political editor of the Irish Telegraph, Dublin’s second biggest paper.
McGee is on a mission to find the murderer of an honest politician and close friend. Forté is hired in Boston to dig up dirt on a conniving Irish competitor.
When the two collide at a famous County Kerry castle and discover their mutual interests, the ensuing game plan is more Pink Panther than Hercule Poirot. In a sometimes madcap, sometimes dark adventure, Shannon lands a blow against lecherous politicians, McGee shows off her pole dancing prowess, an Anglo-Irish butler turns double-agent, and the zygomatic bone take disproportionate abuse.
But can the trio unravel…
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