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The Lost Traveller (#7 County Cork)

Sheila Connolly

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Crooked Lane Books
14 January 2020
Fiction & Literature; Crime & mystery
Pub owner Maura Donovan is settling into a charmed life in Ireland--until a mutilated body on her property ends her lucky streak.

Boston expat Maura Donovan came to Ireland to honor her grandmother's last wish, but she never expected to stay in provincial County Cork--much less to inherit a house and a pub, Sullivan's, in the small village of Leap. After a year-long struggle to stay in the black, Sullivan's is finally thriving, and Maura has even brought back traditional Irish music to the pub. With a crop of new friends and a budding relationship with handsome Mick Nolan, Maura's life seems rosier than ever--but even in Ireland, you can't always trust your luck.

It begins with Maura's discovery of a body in the ravine behind the pub. And then, the Irish gardai reveal that the victim's face has been battered beyond recognition. Who is the faceless victim? Who wanted him dead? And why was his body dumped in the backyard of Sullivan's Pub? Even after the dead man is finally given a name, nobody admits to knowing him. In the tight-knit world of Leap, no one is talking--and now it's up to Maura to uncover the dark secrets that lurk beneath the seemingly quiet town.

Laced with warm Irish charm, a delightful small-town setting, and a colorful cast of characters, New York Times bestselling author Sheila Connolly's seventh County Cork mystery, The Lost Traveller, conspires to delight.
By:   Sheila Connolly
Imprint:   Crooked Lane Books
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 174mm,  Width: 105mm, 
ISBN:   9781643852478
ISBN 10:   1643852477
Pages:   336
Publication Date:   14 January 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Sheila Connolly is the Anthony and Agatha Award-nominated author of over thirty titles, including the Museum Mysteries, the Orchard Mysteries, and the County Cork Mysteries, in addition to the Relatively Dead paranormal romance e-series, the standalone books Once She Knew, a romantic suspense, and Reunion with Death, a traditional mystery set in Tuscany, as well as a number of short stories in various anthologies. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and three cats and visits Ireland as often as she can. This is her seventh County Cork mystery.

Reviews for The Lost Traveller (#7 County Cork)

Praise for The Lost Traveller This seventh in Anthony and Agatha Award nominee Connolly's 'County Cork Mystery' series (after Many a Twist) is a thoughtfully executed and charmingly talkative cozy. The Irish setting is authentic, Maura is a delight, and the characters are gaining depth as this series matures. --Library Journal starred review Inviting...As usual, Connolly's lively characters and lovely landscape enhance her well-wrought, thought-provoking plot. Series fans won't be disappointed. --Publishers Weekly It's the heroine's slow awakening and the marvelous local color that make this one of the best in a fine series. --Kirkus Reviews Praise for Many a Twist Plenty of puzzles with a strong feeling for life in small-town Ireland. --Kirkus Reviews Connolly vividly evokes rural Ireland, and her characters seem like real human beings trying their best to navigate their lives. --Publishers Weekly For fans who have gotten absolutely hooked on these County Cork mysteries, you'll not be disappointed with this new tale...Connolly sticks to what she knows best: How to write a drop dead awesome book that keeps readers entertained from beginning to end! --Suspense Magazine Grab a cup of tea, sit back, and enjoy this cozy mystery. Sheila Connolly is a good storyteller with the ability to create an authentic atmosphere, providing hours of entertainment. --Seattle Book Review Praise for Cruel Winter Move over, Agatha Christie: a pub owner in County Cork fancies herself a young Miss Marple...A fine read in the classic style. --Kirkus Reviews A crafty and marvelous twist to the classic whodunit...A totally captivating page-turner of a book, perfect for winter nights with a storm beating against the windows. --NY Journal of Books A clever plot with the reader turning the pages faster and faster to reach the surprising finale. --Fresh Fiction A page turning experience. If you like a good mystery and enjoy Irish settings, then you will enjoy this novel! --Portland Book Review Praise for the New York Times Bestselling County Cork mysteries: A Turn for the Bad is...deftly plotted, the characters are engaging, and the visual descriptions of Ireland made me want to grab my passport and visit as soon as possible. A real winner! --Suspense Magazine on A Turn for the Bad A truly fabulous read that brings you right to the small county of Cork. With descriptive writing, well developed characters and wonderful storyline, An Early Wake is a true hit that brings the magic of Ireland to any reader. --Open Book Society on An Early Wake [A] well-set and nicely paced cozy. --Library Journal on Scandal in Skibbereen Ireland itself becomes a character as Connolly adds description of the countryside and bits of history throughout the book...County Cork is surely a place you'd love to visit, and Sullivan's a great spot for a pint of Guinness and a bit of gossip. --Kings River Life Magazine on Scandal in Skibbereen A traditional cozy set in the Emerald Isle and starring an amateur sleuth seems quite fresh. A very promising start to a new series. --Booklist on Buried in a Bog Full of charm and mystery...The locals are warm and welcoming and the central hub of the village, Sullivan's Pub, is a slice of comfort. --RT Book Review on Buried in a Bog Connolly's latest is a captivating tale--sweet, nostalgic, and full of Irish charm, but also tightly plotted and full of twists, turns, and shocking reveals...Connolly's County Cork mysteries have a ton of promise. --The Maine Suspect on Buried in a Bog


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