Saturday, March 16, 2019

IRISH MYSTERIES: Mystery Readers Journal (24:2)

Erin Go Bragh! With St Patrick's Day tomorrow, you'll want to read up on Irish Mysteries. Mystery Readers Journal had a spectacular themed issue on Irish Mysteries in 2008. Download now for immediate satisfaction or order hardcopy. Buy this back issue! Available in hardcopy or as a downloadable PDF.

Irish Mysteries

Volume 24, No. 2, Summer 2008

Irish Mysteries
Buy this back issue! Available in hardcopy or as a downloadable PDF.
  • Shadows of Guilt: Ireland in the 1950s by John Banville, aka Benjamin Black
  • Distance Lends Perspective by Colin Bateman
  • Billy Boyle Goes to Ireland by James R. Benn
  • An Irish Heroine by Rhys Bowen
  • Crime Pays—On the Page by Declan Burke
  • No, Not the Blarney Stone by Ken Bruen
  • An Irishman’s Lot by Doug M. Cummings
  • The Importance of Being Irish by David Dickinson
  • When Irish Writing Roots Are Showing… by Carole Nelson Douglas
  • Where Fact Meets Fiction by Garbhan Downey
  • Killing the Peace Process by Ruth Dudley Edwards
  • The Roots of Murder by Tana French
  • Rachel O’Reilly’s Murder by Jenny Friel
  • Josephine Tey and Nuala Anne McGrail by Father Andrew M. Greeley
  • Finding Mythic Ireland by Lyn Hamilton
  • Foxes, Cabbages & the Ancient Laws of Ireland by Cora Harrison
  • Stumbling on a Body in the Bog by Erin Hart
  • How the Irish Created My Civilization by Jeremiah Healy
  • I Owe My Life to an Irish Criminal by Eoin Hennigan
  • Irish Soul by Tobsha Learner
  • A Literary Tour of One Dublin Author by Stephen Leather
  • The Irish in P.I. Frank Johnson’s Debut Outing by Ed Lynskey
  • Casting a Cold Eye on the Gloss of Modern Ireland by K.T. McCaffrey
  • Irish Connection by John McEvoy
  • Patrolling the Border by Brian McGilloway
  • The Absence of Death by Cormac Millar
  • Writing and Ireland by Pat Mullan
  • The Elusive Irishman by Teagan Oliver
  • An Arresting Tale by Ralph Robb
  • The Irish in Me by Les Roberts
  • Balancing the Book by ZoĆ« Sharp
  • Lark and the Quaker Connection by Sheila Simonson
  • Interwoven Irish by Therese Szymanski
  • Irish Crime Writing: Truth Sells Better Than Fiction by Neville Thompson
  • Sister Fidelma, 7th-Century Supersleuth by Peter Tremayne
  • In Short: Murder Most Irish by Marvin Lachman
  • Just The Facts: Mole To Manhunter by Jim Doherty
  • Children’s Hour: Irish Mysteries by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • An Irish Author in the Golden Age: Freeman Wills Crofts by Philip Scowcroft
  • MRI MAYHEM by Janet A. Rudolph
  • Letters to the Editor
  • From the Editor’s Desk by Janet A. Rudolph

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