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All the Dead Voices (Ed Loy PI)

Hughes, Declan

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ISBN 10: 0061689882 / ISBN 13: 9780061689888
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Title: All the Dead Voices (Ed Loy PI)

Publisher: William Morrow

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

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?With All the Dead Voices, Declan Hughes once again demonstrates that the private detective novel can be vital, modern and relevant in the right hands.?
?Laura Lippman, New York Times bestselling author of Life Sentences

 

Author Declan Hughes has already won a Shamus Award?and has been nominated for a CWA New Blood Dagger, a Macavity, and an EdgarŽ Award?for his internationally bestselling series featuring Irish private investigator Ed Loy. Hughes?s remarkable thriller All the Dead Voices should dispel any doubts (if there were any) that he truly belongs in upper ranks of crime fiction writers?alongside John Connolly, Ian Rankin, Peter Robinson, Michael Connelly, Walter Mosley, and Dennis Lehane. Set in modern-day Dublin, Ireland, and rich in suspense and atmosphere, All the Dead Voices sends a message loud and clear that Declan Hughes is a literary force to be reckoned with!

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Dublin PI Ed Loy is trying to escape his past?a task easier said than done?in this new novel from Shamus Award-winning author Declan Hughes

Shortly after moving from his childhood home on the outskirts of Dublin to an apartment in the city, Ed Loy is approached by Anne Fogarty, a woman whose father was killed fifteen years ago. She thinks the police nabbed the wrong person, and now she wants Loy to find the truth. At the top of the list of possible suspects are three men Anne's father, a revenue inspector, was preparing claims against for criminal activity: Bobby Doyle, an ex-IRA man turned property developer; Jack Cullen, also ex-IRA, now the head of a gang of disgruntled IRA men; and George Halligan, Loy's underworld nemesis.

At the same time, Loy is asked to look into the death of Paul Delaney, a rising soccer star who may have been connected with Jack Cullen. With the two cases on a collision course, Loy scours the streets of a city divided?where the wounded Celtic Tiger walks hand in hand with the ghosts of a violent past.

With his gripping mysteries in the tradition of Raymond Chandler's and Ross MacDonald's best, a striking portrayal of an Ireland seldom seen, and a classic hero in Ed Loy, Declan Hughes cements his place as one of the most talented new crime writers working today.

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