Dead Irish

· Dismas Hardy Book 1 · Sold by Penguin
3.8
9 reviews
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432
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THE FIRST NOVEL IN THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING DISMAS HARDY SERIES!

In his new life as a bartender at the Little Shamrock, Dismas Hardy is just hoping for a little peace. He’s left both the police force and his law career behind. Unfortunately it’s not as easy to leave behind the memory of a shattering personal loss—but for the time being, he can always take the edge off with a stiff drink and round of darts.
 
But when the news of Eddie Cochran’s death reaches him, Hardy is propelled back into all the things he was trying to escape. And forced to untangle a web of old secrets and raw passions, for the sake of Eddie’s pregnant widow, Frannie—and for the others whose lives may still be at risk...
3.8
9 reviews
A Google user
August 5, 2015
Decent, entertaining book. The dialog was tough at times to discern the speaker and portions appeared disjoint but not too overall distracting. We, the reader, are provided both antagonist and protagonist perspective as the plot unfolds. This is not just a story about solving a murder (or murders) but delves deeper into the main characters past to also right some wrongs.
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Diane S
August 18, 2017
The beginning of an amazing number of great books by this author. I have read them all and have pre-ordered the latest one. I wait with great anticipation!
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About the author

John Lescroart is the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty-five novels including the Dismas Hardy series. He lives in Northern California.

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