The characters in the story are presented in a manner than causes reactions to them as intended by the author. You cannot help but root for Megan to determine who the guilty party is and to feel empathy for the parents and widower of the victim, Elizabeth Darr. There are several side cover ups that the investigation uncovers that add to the suspense of the story. They help mislead the reader and create a surprise ending on who the murderer is and their motive.
All in all I enjoyed this book and look forward reading more in the Dublin Driver Series.
Dead in Dublin by Catie Murphy
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This mystery set in Ireland was an enjoyable read, especially since I just visited Dublin last September. The story took a bit to get flowing but was an enjoyable mystery with clues pointing to many suspects The actual guilty party was a bit of a shock when revealed but the story pieces were tied together well in the end. The characters are quite charming and enjoyable, and you find yourself rooting for Megan and want her to charm her petulant boss I look forward to reading more in the series.
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