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Lámh, Lámh Eile

by Cló Iar-Chonnacht

“‘Great atmosphere. Shame about the weather.’ 

Met Éireann.

 

‘More lies than a Tribunal of Inquiry.’

A High Court Judge

 

‘A great exposé of Irish men and women.’

Stoirmí Ní Dhomhnaill

A hardboiled detective novel set in contemporary Ireland, a gripping journey taking the reader from Dublin to, in no particular order, Belfast, Kilkenny, County Meath, Cork, Galway, Derry and all other places in between.

Carrying a box containing her husband’s severed hand , a traveller woman implores private eye Shamus to find her beloved – or what’s left of him. For no sooner does Shamus take the case than, north of the border, he comes across another box – and another hand. A pair of legs then turns up. Followed by a head.

What’s the connection between the hand in the South and the hand in the North? And who’s missing all these body parts?

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Cló Iar-Chonnacht

Alan Titley

9781784441807