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Murder Most Celtic (2001) [Anthology]
by Jane Adams Doug Allyn Paul Bishop Jon L. Breen P.M. Carlson Simon Clark Mat Coward Bill Crider Brendan DuBois Jeremiah Healy Edward D. Hoch Clark Howard Wendi Lee Robert J. Randisi Mary Ryan Peter Tremayne Rating: No votes (Rate!)
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The Irish are deeply passionate about their kinsmen, their country, their culture, and their way of life, as this collection of mysteries so richly illustrates. Slow to anger and equally slow to forgive at times, the children of the Emerald Isle have had plenty of experience on both sides of the law. The sixteen stories of Irish crime and mystery in this volume tell of good and bad men and women--heroes and villians both. All feature characters for whom being Irish is more than just a state of mind--it's a way of life.

Contents:

  • Scattered Thorns by Peter Tremayne
  • The Wearing of the Green by Brendan DuBois
  • The World Is Mine: or, Deeds That Make Heaven Weep by P.M. Carlson
  • Black Irish by Doug Allyn
  • Murder in Kilcurry by Mary Ryan
  • Great Day for the Irish by Edward D. Hoch
  • Stealing the Dark by Jane Adams
  • A Book of Kells by Jeremiah Healy
  • Skiv by Wendi Lee
  • So Where’ve You Burried the Missus Then, Paddy? by Mat Coward
  • Green Legs and Glam by Robert J. Randisi
  • One of Our Leprechauns Is Missing by Bill Crider
  • The Dublin Eye by Clark Howard
  • The Male and Female Hogan by Jon L. Breen
  • Celtic Noir by Paul Bishop
  • Fenian Ram by Simon Clark
Edited by Martin H. Greenberg.

Original title: Murder Most Celtic: Tall Tales of Irish Mayhem
Original languages: English

Quotes:

Genre: FictionCrime and MysteryCrime/Caper


The following works are contained within this one:
     Great Day for the Irish (2001) [Short Story]
      Author: Edward D. Hoch
     One of Our Leprechauns Is Missing (2001) [Short Story]
      Author: Bill Crider
     Male and Female Hogan, the (2001) [Short Story]
      Author: Jon L. Breen

Edition #1: Murder Most Celtic

Murder Most Celtic (2001)
Edition Details:

Language: English


Edited by: Martin H. Greenberg
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Manifested in:

Murder Most Celtic (March 2001)

Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Cumberland House
ISBN: 1581821611
Dimensions: 6.0 x 8.8 x 0.7
Pages: 320

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